Curriki is an FREE online community for creating and sharing curricula and teaching best practices that:
Provides High Quality Free Resources – The Curriki repository contains over 32,000 free K-12 lessons, units, assessments and multimedia learning objects across all subject areas.
Empowers Educators - Curriki’s free platform enables educators to build their own curriculum by assembling Curriki resources, as well as their own, into collections similar to an iTunes playlist.
Helps Eliminate the Education Divide - Curriki originated from the idea that technology can play a crucial role in breaking down the barriers of the Education Divide – the gap between those who have access to high-quality education and those who do not. Curriki helps bridge this divide by providing free and open resources to teachers who need them most. The Curriki community is composted of nearly 100,000 teacher members, over 150,000 additional "Friends of Curriki" on our mailing list and 400 active groups built around a variety of subjects and interests.
Leads the Open Education Resource Movement - Curriki is a leading organization behind the OER movement - a movement based around the idea that teaching materials should be freely available for educators and students to use, mix, modify and share.
Engages in Dynamic Partnerships with a Global Reach - Curriki is working with partners in the US and abroad to develop multilingual educational content that supports local education initiatives and goals. Current projects are underway in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Africa, Germany and the Middle East.
When you join Curriki (at no cost), you can:
Find Resources – Curriki allows users to search for K-12 educational resources by subject, grade, rating, instructional type and more.
Contribute Resources – Curriki empowers teachers across the globe to share their best lessons or units of study. By contributing to the Curriki repository, the global community can find the resources they need, when they need them free of charge.
Connect with Other Educators – Curriki invites teachers across the globe to work together to create new curricular materials and share best practices using the site’s easy-to-use collaboration tools.
How Does Curriki Help Teachers?
“I think that teachers are constantly looking for resources and communities that can enhance their teaching. Curriki has many great resources compiled from a variety of subjects that are helpful when planning new lessons or sprucing up old lessons.” - Curriki Educator
Free and Comprehensive Resources - Curriki’s repository contains full courses, units, lesson plans, multimedia files, assessments, and more – all free of cost, saving valuable time and money.
Global Community of Educators - Curriki allows teachers to connect with like-minded colleagues around the world and form communities around shared curricular goals.
Helping ALL Students Succeed - Curriki allows teachers to join a worldwide community to help all students succeed by sharing the knowledge they have with teachers around the world.
How can you use My eCoach with Curriki?
Curriki has free and valuable learning resources that you can use when you build an online project or lesson using the Universal Builder. Curriki provides the resources and connections you are looking for as you design your class site, ePortfolio, lesson, or unit in My eCoach.
For more information:
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
"Over the last few years, I have had my tech-savvy friends and colleagues searching for a robust, interactive web portal to support the development of an interdependent learning community for site and district administrators. About a year ago, My eCoach was suggested as the perfect fit for the multi-dimensional support system I sought. Since then, the County Office has adopted My eCoach as the venue to house the curriculum, practicum portfolios, and sustained follow-up our state-legislated AB 430 Administrator Training Program.
My eCoach has accelerated the learning and motivation of our participants, engaged them in a growing professional learning community about the real-time issues they face in school and district administration, and challenged us all to join the 21st Century in both word and deed!"
Sheridan Barker, Ed.D.
Director, Leadership Services
San Diego COE, CA