UNESCO 2007 Prize Sample Collection Special Information and Directions
This is a special collection of curriculum resources available on the Curriki repository to provide an introduction to Curriki capabilities and uses for the reviewers of the 2007 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of ICTs in Education. This collection contains curriculum from several different sources suitable for different levels and learner situations. Included are:
Individual lessons or modules on algebra and physics,
An instructional framework for the Khmer language from the Cambodian Ministry of Education
Collections of lessons on elementary health, chemistry, social studies, and literature from several different contributors.
Directions: On a computer connected to the internet, click on the links on this page or
Access www.curriki.org via any standard browser.
View the demo on the home page of curriki.org
View the special UNESCO collection by entering userid: UNESCO and password: UNESCO at the very top middle of the home page. (This will open a page specific to UNESCO. In the left hand menu, click on the "my collections" button under "my curriki".
Under the red banner for the UNESCO 2007 collection, click on "view".
Scroll down in the new window to any item in the collection and select "download" to see the actual curriculum resource. E.g. scroll to the algebra unit and click on "download". This algebra lesson will either appear in a browser or as a file on your desktop.
If a "collection" is selected (e.g. elementary health, chemistry, social studies, Romeo and Juliet), a new window will open with a list of all the units, since this is actually a collection itself. Select any individual lesson. Clicking on "detailed view" will bring up a new window with that actual lesson.
There are many more curriculum assets currently on the repository and more are added daily. As your interests and time allow, use the curriculum building capability to add or modify the UNESCO collection. For further information contact Dr. Barbara Kurshan, Executive Director, Curriki.