Let’s face it, a teacher’s job is to inspire learning and that’s a tough job! It’s even more challenging in some schools and geographies and the new Curriki site will make it easier than ever for educators to inspire learning in their students every day.
Cupertino, California (PRWEB) September 09, 2015
Curriki, the leading K-12 global community for creating, sharing, and finding Open Educational Resources (OER), today announced the worldwide release of the new Curriki Global Community, a community library for sharing teaching and learning content with fellow educators, students, and parents. In addition, Curriki now has the most extensive supplemental math collections of any free, online OER site, including projects for both teachers and students.
The new mobile-friendly Curriki website features many enhancements including a super-powered search tool, through which users can find Open Educational Resources they need to personalize learning for their students, their children, or themselves. Users can search for resources by standard as well as their specific subject and grade level criteria. Curriki hosts over 74,000 Open Educational Resources of all types for all grade levels. For more information on Curriki’s many new features visit http://www.curriki.org/features/.
“Let’s face it, a teacher’s job is to inspire learning and that’s a tough job! It’s even more challenging in some schools and geographies than in others and the new Curriki site will make it easier than ever for educators to inspire learning in their students every day,” commented Scott McNealy, Curriki Co-Founder and Board Member.
“Without the generosity of donors, sponsors, and partners, Curriki would not be able to bring these resources to the educators, parents, and students who need them,” said Kim Jones, CEO, Curriki. “Our dedicated members rely on Curriki for free high-quality teaching and learning content and we are so thrilled that we are able to deliver it all through the new mobile-responsive website.”
“Oracle strives to advance computer science education and make it accessible to students globally,” said Lorilyn Owens, Director, Oracle Academy, North America. “Since 2013, Oracle Academy has collaborated with Curriki to deliver introductory Java courses to tens of thousands of teachers and students. We are excited for Curriki’s new website that aims to enrich the user experience and engage the next generation of learners.”
A non-profit organization, Curriki is the leading K-12 global community for teachers, students and parents to create, share, and find open learning resources that help teachers inspire learning in their students and inspire students to learn more every day. A Computerworld Honors Laureate for 2012, Curriki was selected as the 21st Century Achievement Award winner for Digital Access. With more than 447,000 members and 74,000+ learning assets, Curriki reaches more than 11 million users worldwide. Join today http://www.curriki.org.