The UKiP Consortium Association has the goal of sharing resources
related to Ukrainian language and culture via the World Wide Web in an
engaging and informative manner. Since its inception in 2002, UKiP-CA
has succeeded in attaining that goal and has produced a number of web
sites, learning objects and curricular and cultural resources. Here, we
would like to showcase some of these projects for you.
At UKiP-CA we are constantly seeking new ideas for projects and
organizations or individuals to partner with in the creation of new
digital learning resources at the primary, secondary and post-secondary
levels. We also have an interest in building capacity within our
communities, both educational and Ukrainian, to develop their skills and
capacities in the area of online resource production and best practices
for educational web development. If you or your organization is
interested in pursuing a collaborative project with UKiP-CA, we would
love to hear from you. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Currently in development, the UNM site will
provide a guided tour of the Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago and
provide information on the museum and its collections.
Currently in development, the UMANA site will provide information on the Ukrainian Medical Association of North America.
Home to information and news from the Bilingual Ukrainian Catholic Parents Society in Sherwood Park, Alberta.
Educational Projects and Learning Objects
Resources and strategies for Ukrainian Language and Culture learning. Welcome to our global learning community.
The Nova 4 Dialogue Reader provides a multimedia reading
experience. Follow along with the readings through audio, images and
text, or create your own personal vocabulary list.
Experience over 30 readings from the Nova 4 series. Each reading
is accompanied by colourful illustrations and engaging audio!
This bilingual, Ukrainian and English, educational web site title
Sarcee: An Indian Community provides information on life at the Sarcee
Reserve near Calgary, Alberta. Join Cora Lee Starlight as she provides
you with a tour of life on the reserve!
The first of 5 learning objects undertaken by UKiP-CA under
contract to Alberta Education. Each Strategy Object will provide
task-based instruction and learning log activities for students to help
them acquire language learning, language use and general learning
strategies that work for them..
Ukrainian Language Arts 10-20-30 Teachers Prep Centre. Your one-stop planning shop!
CURT's primary goal is to improve the education of
special needs students in Ukraine through joint research, exchange of
information and faculty, and implementation of special projects.