Curriculum Design in Community Education

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Development stage: 40% (as of Jan 11, 2005) (This book is approximately 40% complete.)

Team-Wide Mockups[edit]

Listed below are links to mockups from members of our team. They will be useful as we decide which online platform to use for our final product:

Preface[edit]

A group of virtual interns are working together to complete this book, which will provide educational materials to teachers in primary education around the world. If you are a member of our team, please provide feedback on this self-service guide. This document can be used freely; please use proper attribution when necessary.

Education is the key to a brighter future. Technology brings this to the forefront. By enabling people in more remote areas access to education through technology, we build a stronger and brighter global future. (Kelsay F.)

Un pueblo educado es un pueblo libre. (Slogan of IHER in Honduras)

Focus[edit]

This guide considers the basic question: What is the best way to design a curriculum that effectively makes use of online resources? This guide answers this basic question through the items in the Table of Contents.

Readership[edit]

This wiki has been prepared for teachers in primary education who can benefit from online resources for curriculum design; many resources included in this guide can also be used to educate adults in basic skills. This guide covers a spectrum of academic disciplines, ranging from mathematics and science to literacy. This guide can be read on a cell phone and is designed for those users with basic computer skills.

Table of Contents[edit]

The Basics of Curriculum Design[edit]

Math[edit]

  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Problem solving and logic

Science[edit]

  • Basic biology
  • Fun experiments

Literacy[edit]

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Spelling



Resources[edit]