Curriki launches a video lesson plan contest for teachers

One of the largest sources of free teaching and learning content on the web, now offers more than 43,000 learning assets contributed by educators and available under the Creative Commons license. Users can search for materials by subject or grade level, and they can see how a Curriki review committee and members of the Curriki community have rated each learning asset, with the top-rated assets appearing at the top of a search query.

At the annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Philadelphia this week, Curriki announced a Video Lesson Plan Challenge. Teachers are encouraged to submit their best lesson plan ideas that involve the use of video, and a panel of experts will evaluate these and choose several finalists. The 187,000 members of the Curriki community then will vote on their favorites. The grand-prize winner will receive $5,000, and there will be prizes for the second through fourth-place winners as well. The organization’s goal is to highlight exemplary uses of video in engaging students. The deadline for submissions is July 31.

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