Teachers and Students from New York to South Africa Share Their Unique Stories
CUPERTINO, Calif., October 27, 2010 — Curriki.org, the leading internet community for free and open-source educational content for K-12 today announced the results of its recent “Tell us your stories!” rally. Coming on the heels of Curriki’s annual “Summer of Content” drive for new innovative educational content, the rally recognized unique uses
of Curriki resources and services.
“The power of the Curriki community is in its ability to highlight a good idea coming from anywhere in the world and make it easy for it to be used everywhere in the world,” said Kim Jones, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Curriki. “We asked the Curriki community to tell us how Curriki has helped change the way they work. What we got was an inspiring collection of real teachers and students who have improved the quality of education while saving time and money.”
Curriki recognized Greg Guy, a teacher in Florida, as grand prize winner. Runners up include David Der Sarkisian of New York, and Linda Olson of Virginia. Among international participants, Godfrey Mabika a teacher in South Africa, and Sanika Surana, a student in India, were recognized for their moving experiences. A web page dedicated to this rally can be found at http://library.curriki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/MyStory.
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