Over the past months, ChangeEdcuate has been in the process of designing,building, interating and editing the ChangeEducate website. The ChangeEducate website will serve as the foundation for the organization's curricula both in and outside of the classroom. We have bene investing the time and effort to ensure the CE website meets the highest standards in order to incentivize both students and teachers to actualy make use of the site.
The website is structured into 5 phases. These phases were designed and created to provide a step-by-step structure for students to learn about poverty, its solutions, identify their own interests and learn how to create and implement their own projects to combat poverty. On the site, each of these phases features a host of content that spans the DVD-based curricula that ChangeEducate has created to UN-verified facts and resources that can empower students learn about poverty using resources made available on the site as well as resources they can use independently. The site will even tests students on the knowledge generated by the site itself and functions as a teaching software or education SaaS (software as a service) that teachers can use in a classroom setting. As a result of the substantial effort put into place by ChangeEducate's web development team, the website now features:
At ChangeEducate, our goal has been to create a curricula that combines high quality educational media, video and presentatoins with professionally prepared lesson plans with an interactive website that can function as a holistic curricula that be used and implmented by teachers in and outside of a classroom. As we near the completion of the website, we are excited to say that we are almost fully prepared to launch a pilot. Our next update will discuss logistics, timelines and target goals for the piilot. Please do not hesitate to help us be fully prepared to launch either through donations, suggestions or comments or any other ideas you may have.
Also, please feel free to visit the site and check it out. It is linked to this post as an attachment!
Further, if you have any connections to high schools anywhere in the world, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at email@example.com.
Last month, ChangeEducate had the opportunity to present our in-progress site to a group of business school and undergraduate students and faculty at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business Social Entrepreneurship Fair. We received some exciting and creative feedback that is helping to shape the site.
As the winter holidays approaches, the ChangeEducate is putting the final touches on its website and preparing for a beta launch to our supporters and classrooms nationwide in the next few weeks. We are particularly excited to share with you our own social media platform through which students will be able to share their projects and build off one another’s success. Below is a sneak peak of what this will look like.
Please reach out if you or anyone you know would be interested in testing our site upon launch. We are particularly excited to work with teachers and students who would be willing to spread the word of our new site to their classrooms and beyond!
Thanks for your continued support,
The ChangeEducate Team
For the last few months, the ChangeEducate team has been working hard to revamp our curricular material and our interactive website. We are very close to the big launch, and would like to share with you a "sneak preview" of what is to come. The new website will feature our innovative five-phase method, through which students will learn about poverty as a framework for strategizing social entpreneurial solutions in their communities and beyond. Shortly after the launch, we will be seeking students and educators who would like to help us pilot and perfect the site for use by students around the world. If you are a student or educator, or know anyone who would like to be invovled in this process, please reach out to us!
Thanks for your constant support and we look forward to sharing this exciting new site with you in the coming weeks!