Activities on Currix range from static word document files, pdfs, pencasts, lab experiments, written tutorials, classroom invitations and many, many more. Educators can use activities from Currix to actively engage students in learning.
Signing up to be a Creator on Currix is quick and easy. Just fill in this form and we'll send you your Creator's Handbook by email. It's full of tips and tricks on how to create your files for the marketplace and we'll also give you some high quality graphics and audio files to get your creator juices flowing.
As you look at your own work, take a look at the activities that educators really want to buy in the marketplace and align your work to their needs.
Use the Creators Handbook
The Creators Handbook and the images and audio files inside are available for your use as you create your files for Currix. (Please make sure to not use these files anywhere else, we don't want to have to remove you from the marketplace.)
We want your customers to associate your name as being a reliable resource of great content. Make sure to plan your work and double check for errors.
Specific Learning Objectives
Activities should be able to meet specific learning objectives for aneducator in their course. Learn more about learning objectives and how to write a good objective here.
Common Core Learning Standards (if you are creating content for K-12)
The presentation you create should be easily aligned with particular areas in the Common Core Standards if you are creating work for educators that are teaching K-12. If your presentation is not directed to the K-12 educator, please see specific learning objectives. Choose the common core learning standards that align with your presentation from the Common Core Standards website. Using Chrome as your web browser makes viewing and navigating these pdf files much easier.
Create a folder named as the title of your activity (nospaces, use capitals for new words).
Prepare a description
Activity descriptions should be no less than 2 sentences and no more than 5 sentences. This description should include the explanation of alignment of learning objectives and standards (if needed) to the presentation.