Full Elluminate recording (voice, text, video).

About the event

Wednesday, November 4th we will meet in the LearnCentral public Elluminate room at 6:00pm Pacific / 9:00pm Eastern time:

Curriki is a not-for-profit organization where all of us -- our community of educators, parents and students -- can work together to develop interesting, creative and effective educational materials that the global educational community can use for free.
Our goal is to:
  • Develop curriculum through community contributors
  • Deliver the curriculum globally
  • Determine the impact by project and by individual
The initial focus is on K-12 curricula in the areas of mathematics, science, technology, reading and language arts, and languages.
Click here to read a white paper about how Curriki will help make quality open source curricula freely available to all.


  1. Introductions
  2. Curriki Overview
  3. Find - Finding Math resrouce in Curriki, and how to create your own collections of open math resources
  4. Contribute - How to create resources in Curriki,and different kinds of Math resources (Including
  5. Connect - Creating a Group and and how to use the Curriki groups tools (And why Math 2.0 should consider moving to Curriki groups.)

Here is a video to whet your appetite:

Host: Joshua Marks

external image JMarks_bigger.jpg Joshua Marks has focused his 20-year-long career on using emerging technologies to enable and improve learning opportunities for all children in both formal and informal settings. As Chief Technology Officer, Joshua oversees all technology development and hosting infrastructure for In this role Joshua sets the technical direction, manages the development teams and collaborates with partners, contributors and the open source software community to design and provide the tools needed to realize Curriki's innovative vision.
Before joining Curriki, Joshua was a Senior Systems Architect at CTB/McGraw-Hill, Senior Director eLearning Technology at Harcourt Education while ealier in his career, Joshua was co-founder and CTO for the ZapMe! Knowledge Network, a broadband satellite delivered network for K-12 education. Before the advent of the internet, Joshua pioneered the use of personal computers in learning as a Producer of award winning early learning games at Electronic Arts and as the 20th employee of The Learning Company. Joshua holds a degree in Mathematics from University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC) where he now lives.

This event is a part of the ongoing Math 2.0 interest group conversation series. Always-discussed topics:
  • principles of Math 2.0 teaching and learning
  • networks and communities creating social math objects
  • platforms for remote communication of this interest group
  • our projects and collaboration
  • publishing efforts and bibliography