At Curriculet, you can choose among texts that are already available in the “store” or upload your own text. Then comes the magic. In those texts, teachers can embed annotations, multiple choice questions, open-ended questions, quizzes, and even YouTube videos.
Today, I made my first Curriculet using a text I abridged of Jonathan Swift’s “A Modern Proposal.” I inserted lots of questions, annotations about historical facts, and a modern-day interpretation of the essay on YouTube. Tomorrow, my students will start read it, get immediate feedback from the multiple choice questions, and watch the modern-day interpretation all in one place.
Here are screenshots from my Curriculet. I’ll let you know tomorrow how it goes!