Fine-grained curriculum correlation

Direct activity-to-outcome links between all content and curricula

All 17,000+ educational activities in the EdAlive online learning websites are directly linked one-to-one with specific, fine-grained elements of each internalised curriculum. Such precision gives you unparalleled capacity to prescribe student activities by learning outcome, thereby creating bespoke content selections that mirror the structure of the curricula relevant to your teaching program. It also enables you to review and report on student progress by learning outcome.

  • One-to-one permanent links between all 17,000 activities and the finest grained elements of your local curriculum
  • Mirrors the structure and terminology of your local curriculum
  • Select activities and generate reports using your local curriculum’s structure and terminology

High integrity replication of your curricula

A wide range of local curricula have been directly encapsulated within the EdAlive suite of websites, precisely mirroring their internal organisation, hierarchy and terminology.

Curricula covered include:

Australia: the Australian Curriculum plus

  • Victorian AusVELS Curriculum (2014)
  • The NSW K-10 Syllabuses (2014)
  • The NAPLAN Standards for Years 3, 5, 7 and 9

New Zealand: the New Zealand TKI Curriculum

USA: US Common Core State Standards

UK: the UK National Curriculum

Ireland & Europe: recommended to use the EdAlive Universal Curriculum using English spelling, € for currency and metric units.

The EdAlive Universal Curriculum

Underlying all EdAlive Online Learning websites is EdAlive’s bespoke Universal Curriculum. This structure is highly detailed and much more finely incremented than any state or national curriculum we have encountered and enables precise targeting of students’ educational needs.

Variants for different countries

Based on the user’s nominated country of origin our systems automatically choose a version of the educational content appropriate to local spelling conventions and units of measurement including Australian/British or American spellings and cultural references, imperial or metric units of measure and currencies in $, £ or €.