Searching for Treasure: Find the Perfect Resource for Tomorrow’s Class


Tomorrow I will lead a workshop at one of the UAE Higher Colleges of Technology titled, “Technology Tools for Early Childhood Instruction”. During the workshop, participants will have a chance to use Curriki and other open education resources to to find free materials (lessons, simultions, games, etc.) for their early childhood classrooms.

As my good friend once told me, “You can’t learn to drive, without getting behind the wheel”.

In that spirit, learn how to find free and open education resources for your classroom by participating in this Curriki Scavenger Hunt.

The knowledge and resources you will find… PURE GOLD!


P.S. Thanks to clevercupcakes for creating and sharing the delicious looking cupcake above!

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1 Response to “Searching for Treasure: Find the Perfect Resource for Tomorrow’s Class”

  1. 1 Norbert Rennert July 11, 2009 at 8:19 am

    Hi Anna,

    I’ve developed an interactive site that can teach English using a Synthetic Phonics method. I have very extensive interactive English alphabetic code charts there which are fun and educational for teachers and let you see the complexity English orthography.

    There is also a pedagogical page which can teach reading in almost any sequence.

    For information about where I want to go with this project see this page:


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