Curriculum

KnowledgeContext’s technological literacy curriculum places technology in the context of history, science, math, and language arts. It instills in children the critical thinking skills necessary to understand past, present, and future technology, and to influence how that technology will affect their world.

Teacher Guide

Student Workbook

Where do I download the curriculum?  If you accept Terms of Use (below) click on the link following it, and we will email you the URL of the documents.

Why an email before download?  This lets us track usage and provide free updates and support.  We will not share your address with anyone outside our organization.

What do I need to share other than my email address?  We need only your email address, but it will help us help you if you could also answer these questions in the email you send us:

  1. Do you teach?

  2. What subjects and grades?

  3. What type of school? (Public ? Charter ?  Private?  Homeschool?)

  4. Location?

  5. Suggestions?  What are you seeking?  What’s important?

This information, but not your name or email, may be shared outside our organization (for example with funders who want to know who uses the curriculum).

What’s in the curriculum?  Downloads include the middle school curriculum (with Teacher Guide, Student Workbook, and Connections to Content Standards), a college curriculum, and a nanotechnology-focused high school curriculum.

How do I get my questions answered?  How do I keep up-to-date on the curriculum and anything else I might want to know?  First, sign up for our discussion group in the box on the lower left of this page.  Through that Yahoo group we make occasional updates on curriculum or training.  It also allows anyone in the group to post questions or suggestions for everyone else to see.  You may also pose questions or suggestions directly to us at info@knowledgecontext.org or call (831) 440-8558.

Terms of Use

  1. This agreement governs any and all use of any copies of the KnowledgeContext ICE-9 curriculum (“the curriculum”).

  2. The curriculum is copyrighted and owned by KnowledgeContext.

  3. The curriculum may be used, without fee, by public or private school teachers or home-school teachers for instruction of their students.

  4. The curriculum may not be sold.

  5. The curriculum may not be incorporated into any other products without written permission from KnowledgeContext.

  6. The curriculum may be downloaded for evaluation by anyone. Any copy provided to anyone else must be accompanied by this Terms of Use agreement and the recipient must agree to the Terms of Use or else not accept the curriculum.

  7. KnowledgeContext makes no claims or guarantees as to the use or results of use of the curriculum.

  8. KnowledgeContext is not liable for any use or misuse of the curriculum.

I accept the terms of use for the curriculum, please send me a link by email