New Curriculum Resources
News from the Curriki Community

Curriki Blog

https://currikiblog.wordpress.com
  • MIT Collection: OpenCourseWare

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki The MIT Collection on Curriki (available here) contains 49 relevant topics in Calculus, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Most of the material is selected to support the College Board Advanced Placement Program offering college-level … Continue reading
  • Girls and Women in STEM in Asia: UNESCO Report

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki  Curriki was very pleased to be in attendance on March 9th when UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education unveiled their report on girls and women in STEM fields, at the Bangkok … Continue reading
  • 8 Ways OneNote Makes Lesson-Planning a Breeze

    By Guest Blogger Minnia Feng, Microsoft OneNote, which you can download for free, is a teacher’s best friend. Find out how OneNote can help make digital lesson-planning easier, faster, and more effective! Use any type of content – text, pictures, … Continue reading

Curriki Twitter

Curriki News

Help Support Curriki
  • Donate

    There are a lots of ways to get involved with Curriki from contributing resources to sponsoring content. 

     Curriki’s non-profit Tax ID # is 203478467.

    Learn More >

    You can also help us with tax deductible donations:

    Donate to Keep Open Educational Resources Free

     

  • Volunteer

    If you are looking for meaningful volunteer opportunities, we would love to hear from you. We need educators to help curate content, organize educational collections and rate our resources. Please click the button below and fill out the contact form and we will follow up with you right away.

    Click Here to Volunteer >

  • Partner with Curriki

    Curriki’s Partners have generously supported our efforts with funding, educational content, and/or technology. Like us, our partners believe that making world-class materials freely available to educators around the world is central to equalizing learning.

    Click Here to Learn More >