The Karnataka Open Educational Resources (KOER) portal is an OER repository with collaborative resource creation by the teachers, of the teachers and for the teachers from Karnataka. The portal seeks to bring together teachers, students, schools and institutions in Karnataka to share their experiences and resources. The KOER is also available in Kannada.
KOER began as an initiative to publish all the resources being shared by the teachers in the Subject Teacher Forum mailing lists. All content created and uploaded on KOER is licensed as OER using the CC BY SA Creative Commons license. KOER is a collaborative platform, curating resources shared by teachers on the Subject Teacher Forum mailing lists, resources created and shared by other organizations as well as from the world wide web to make a resource repository relevant to the teachers of the state of Karnataka.
Extraordinary times call for dynamic and flexible responses and school education is currently facing such a situation. This section will be adding resources for teachers and schools to plan lessons and activities for students – out of school, online, blended – as well as strategies for communication with parents and student assessments.
Lesson of the week
This is a lesson that demonstrates how you can demonstrate visual and logical proof of the Pythagoras theorem. The video shows how to combine multiple resources for teaching.
Please use the Contribute link to share resources to KOER.
ICT Curriculum and syllabus
Participating in today's information society requires the development of new skills as well as an understanding of how these processes are affecting society.
An ICT textbook has been developed by the state of Telangana based on the National ICT Curriculum, developed by NCERT. An accompanying teacher handbook is also available. Resources for learning different digital tools is available on Explore-an-application.
To stay current in your knowledge and also to improve your skills. you can view / access different courses available on various platforms