The Goal: New Family Orientation Day for international schools

Grade Levels: Pre-K to Grade 12 (Reception to Year 13)

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Co-Curricular Activities for International Schools

Below are links to pages for co-curricular events/activities to inspire excellence in social, emotional, physical and academic development for students K-12. Co-curricular events involve parents, students and educators and are strategically placed on the school calendar to promote core values and academic success throughout the school year.

  • New Family Orientation Day

Core Values for International Schools

All international schools base their curriculum on core values and beliefs. Please add to values lists on maps below.

New Family Orientation Day Standards

The Curwikulum Wiki Project is designed to be a resource for international schools and teachers to develop an international school curriculum based upon universal values and principles. This is a trade-a-map website so please help us to grow by contributing. See the To Do page for ideas. It really is easy to help once you get started!

Big Idea and Key Concepts/Skills

  1. You can access maps by following the links above in the Co-Curricular Activities and Core Values columns. From either column, you are no more than six clicks away from any map. This is a good way to explore the site.
  2. You can use the extensive search capabilities of the site by entering a term into the search box in the left side bar.
  3. You can browse through various categories and subcategories.

Essential Questions

We aim to provide an up-to-date, authoritative statement of knowledge, theory, and practice in the whole field of education. The site is written to serve both staff and students of our academic community, to inform professional educators, both in training and in the classroom, and to provide information for students and their families.

By using the latest collaborative editing software we have built a new kind of knowledge structure for curriculum development that can be shaped and maintained, to the highest academic standards, by our profession as a whole.

We aim for factual accuracy and all curriculum maps should be properly referenced. We also aim to be a forum for ideas, so on each discussion page we encourage sharing of opinions using Essential Agreements for posting and editing Curwikulum maps and participating in discussions.

What will students/parents know and be able to do

For newcomers our orientation section and help section should ease you into the site. If you were looking for it, here is an introduction to curriculum mapping.

Additional introductory information is available now.

For an even fuller introductory experience go to the Curwikulum Wiki Community Portal.

Culminating Assessment Rubric and Assessment Other Assessment Tools

This was shared with the Curwikulum Wiki Project by Jeff Wornstaff: 21rst Century Schools

Please feel free to add internal or external links to curriculum maps, and/or improve maps if you can.

Resources and Funding

The Curwikulum Project Wiki and its founders make no money from this site. It is an entirely voluntary operation, deseminating copyright free international curriculum framework. Our goal is to share and build a world class internatioanl curriculum through a collaboration of academics and educators for use in improving student learning.

Cross-Curricular Connections

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