curricula

Course Curriculum Modules

These resources, and those throughout this site, are free-of-charge. You may download materials for use in classrooms, teacher training, for groups, or for your own personal use.

Each modules is independent of the others, may be used as needed, and contains:

  • a summary
  • discussion questions
  • activities
  • and PowerPoint presentation (optional).

You do not need our permission to use these materials.

What is ‘special’ about our course curriculum modules?

After months of research, we discovered why many external course curriculum programs do not work, and how to make our program simple, valuable, and successful for schools, teachers, and students.

In brief, each curriculum:

  1. is completely ‘free’ and available online
  2. operates independently of the other issue modules
  3. provides all the necessary teaching materials
  4. can be learned with only one hour of preparation
  5. can easily be modified from a 45 minute lesson to a few hours of discussion and/or activities
  6. will be modified with teacher/student feedback.

Modules currently available:

Child Slavery and the Worst Forms of Child Labor (WFCL)

  • Download Curriculum Module here
  • Download PowerPoint presentation here

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)

  • Download Curriculum Module here
  • Download PowerPoint presentation here

Child Soldiers/Children Affected by Armed Conflict

  • Download Curriculum Module here
  • Download PowerPoint presentation here

Children Infected or Affected by HIV/AIDS

  • Download Curriculum Module here 
  • Download PowerPoint presentation here

Discrimination Against the Girl Child

  • Download Curriculum Module here
  • Download PowerPoint presentation here

 Street Children

  • Download Curriculum Module here
  • No PowerPoint presentation available

 U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)

  • Download Curriculum Module here
  • Download PowerPoint presentation here
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Module Accessibility

Modules are ‘free’ for download, and may be printed by users with their own equipment and paper.