The two new National 4-H Curriculum Development Portals are now open and available for use by all 4-H/Extension professionals!
The portals allow users to submit curriculum for 4-H National Peer Review, create branded curriculum in PDF format, take courses in the 4-H Online Learning Center. These portals enable 4-H professionals to build intentional learning experiences for youth and adults through web-based development platforms.
Curriculum developed in the Integrify portal can be used in either a print or an on-line venue, while the Dynamic Activity Builder is designed for on-line venues (such as independent learner activities or supplemental activities to print materials). Both Curriculum Development tools have easy to follow templates and instructions that guide you through the curriculum development, submission, and other processes.
By using the new portals to submit curriculum for National Peer Review, once approved, they are automatically uploaded into the National 4-H Directory of Materials. Three webinars have already been offered, which can be found through the Webinar Archive link.
The Integrify portal provides 4-H professionals with an electronic process to submit educational materials for 4-H National Peer Review, register as a 4-H Curriculum Peer Reviewer, and create materials in a branded, PDF format.
The 4-H Online Learning Center provides 4-H professionals with an opportunity to take free courses (such as the 4-H Peer Reviewer Trainnig course) and to create dynamic educational courses.
4-H Curriculum is defined as the sum total of all intentional learning experiences.
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