The Minnesota Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum is a grassroots initiative to promote the creation of open digital curriculum. Our goal is to leverage the power of collaboration and digital resources to launch teachers and students into new learning frontiers. See how our content works in the classroom.

Training opportunity
Teaching with Digital Curriculum
This two-day training targets teachers, technology coordinators and administrators as districts plan to use MPCC core digital curriculum in the 2016-17 academic year.
Aug 9-10
District 287 in Plymouth

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Key information


  1. LIBERATE instructional content
    •  all teachers have access to high quality, easily adaptable digital materials
  2. LAUNCH teachers and students into new learning frontiers
    • unconstrained by time, space, and proprietary restrictions
  3. TRAIN teachers to create  digital content
    •  high-quality on-demand learning modules supported by experienced educators
  4. SHARE resources
    • learning objects, training modules and ideas 
    • realize efficiency and accelerate diffusion of innovations
  5. PLAN for continuous innovation
    •  support  new models and implementation of new ideas

Supporting Organizations

The following organizations are actively engaged in creating open resources in Minnesota.  


For more information on these initiatives, or to get involved, please contact:  

    Jessica Wiley
    Project Coordinator

    Jon Voss 
    Project Administrator
    Intermediate District 287

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