Denver, CO, June 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Educators Tap Curriki to Gain Access to over 35,000 Free Lessons, Units and Multimedia Learning Objects for the Classroom.
What: Attendees at the ISTE conference held here in Denver, CO, June 27- June 30 can learn how to find, use, and share high-quality classroom materials quickly and efficiently online using Curriki. Curriki, an online repository and set of tools for finding, sharing and collaborating on open-source curricula, gives educators access to more than 35,000 free lessons, units and multimedia learning objects for the classroom.
When: Tuesday, June 29, 2010, from 2:00 – 3:00pm
Who: Christine Loew, program manager, Joshua Marks, chief technology officer, and Kim Jones, executive director, of Curriki.
Where: ISTE 2010 conference, Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado. Session title: “Curriculum 2.0: How to Find Awesome Open Source Curricula Online” to be held in Open Source Lab CCC 601.
Why: Curriki helps educators continually improve their practices, and provides them with free teaching resources that will help their students achieve success.
Geared towards Technology Integration Specialists, Technology Facilitators, Technology Coordinators, Teacher Educators, Teachers, Staff Developers, Principals, Library Media Specialists, Curriculum Specialists, Chief Technology Officers.