Our Goal 

The Collaborative Curriculum is a cooperative effort between teachers to improve science education in international schools. By bringing teachers together to share ideas and expertise, we strive to create collaborative teaching resources that will improve science learning for all our students.

Our Work 

All teaching resources on this website are created for teachers, by teachers. Our work is based on the AERO Science Framework, a set of science standards that has been adopted by many international schools around the world. Feel free to use and modify any of our work as long as you follow these guidelines

Our Team

The Collaborative Curriculum is the work of a team of science teachers from several international schools in the Near East South Asia region. Currently our team includes over 20 elementary and middle school science teachers, from Pre-Kindergarten up to 8th grade. If your school also uses AERO and you like what you see here, please consider joining our team!

Our Support

Our work has been made possible by the generous support of the NESA Council of Overseas Schools and the American School of Doha. We also owe a big thank you to educational consultant Erma Anderson for all the work she has done with each of our schools to support this work. 

Workshop Updates

  • Fall Training Institute This November our collaborative work will begin again at NESA's Fall Training Institute in Dubai! We will be joined by "veteran collaborators" from last year's workshop in Doha ...
    Posted Sep 25, 2012, 10:30 PM by Nick Mitchell
  • No Pre-Conference Day Hi there science collaborators,I have some bad news and some good news. The bad news is I've decided to cancel the pre-conference day for returning teachers. Although ...
    Posted Sep 25, 2012, 9:55 PM by Nick Mitchell
  • Thank You! Hi everyone, First I just want to thank everyone again for a wonderful weekend of collaboration! All week teachers at my school have been buzzing about the good things they ...
    Posted May 5, 2012, 5:38 AM by Nick Mitchell
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