Contribute to the Gooru platform
There are many ways to contribute to and engage with the Gooru community. One of the ways to do so is to upload quality educational content to Gooru, allowing teachers like you to search for content, remix it, and use it in their classrooms. It's simple: Create your Collection, add your awesome learning content, make your Collection amazing, and then publish your Collection for all to see.
- The collection has a specific and meaningful title, which gives sufficient information about the collection
- The collection contains a high quality image (max: 5 MB)
All primary info is filled in
All secondary info is filled in
- Instructional Method
- Learning and Innovation Skills
- Depth of Knowledge
- Language Objectives
- found on the "Share" tab of your collection
When you're editing a Collection with an eye to publish it onto the Gooru platform, here are some guidelines from the Gooru team for making great collection.
- Objectives are clearly articulated. It is clear what the collections' intended audience should know and be able to do as a result of studying the collection.
- There are enough resources to accomplish the collection objective. Every resource has a role and a purpose.
- Progression through collection flows in a logical manner, and resources take intended audience from a general to more complex level of understanding.
- Narration is present for the majority of resources (where needed) and provides useful context/information/direction. The narration is clear and easy to follow.
- All resources in the collection contain informative content and provide educational value
- All resources in the collection are engaging. Collection includes a wide variety of resource types (webpages, texts, videos, questions, etc.) that allow students to learn key concepts and demonstrate understanding in multiple ways.
- Collection contains a variety of questions and/or other resources that assess student understanding of stated objectives
- All resources are from reliable/credible sources
- The collection resources do not contain any information that is obviously out of date. Pluto is no longer considered a planet.
- Collection text added by the author is free of spelling, grammatical, and punctuation errors.
- Has correct and functioning link to all documents, webpages, videos, etc.
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