The National Curriculum Development Center (NCDC), an office under the Ugandan government's Ministry of Education and Sports has using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to assist in addressing the curriculum needs of the growing student population in both rural and urban schools in Uganda. With funding from the Canadian International Development and Research Centre (IDRC), the NCDC developed CurriculumNet, the goal of which has been to develop, test, and integrate ICT-based instructional materials and teaching into existing Ugandan curriculum. This report presents key practices and learnings of the CurriculumNet project in terms of its collaborative curriculum development process, as well as the opportunities and challenges faced by the project overall. Through analysis of the projects internal documentation, as well as interviews with the CurriculumNet project leader, this report documents how the project developed and disseminated content to meet curriculum needs while also addressing funding and infrastructure related challenges.
Title: CurriculumNet: Creating Freely Available Curriculum Materials to Meet Uganda's Growing Student Population
Publication date 2008-09-30
Publication Year 2008
, Lisa Petrides
, Renee Chin
Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education
Africa (Eastern) / Uganda
, project leader
, curriculum development
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