CYBER KIDS Millennium Curriculum
The CYBERKIDS Millennium Curriculum has been developed by the Curriculum Development Unit of the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute under the leadership of Harry Anastasiou who was Heading the Curriculum Development Unit and Yiannis Laouris who was Heading the Software Development Unit, with significant contributions from Maria Symeonides, Dinos Georgiades and Pantelis Makris.
The Cyber Kids Millennium Curriculum has been applied by the Cyber Kids Chain of computer learning centers throughout the world only for a short period (between 1998-2001) because by the end of 2002 the chain has closed down. During that period, in Cyprus more than 15,000 children (approximately 10% of the country's children population) and 10,000 adults have benefited. Adding up those who have been attending classes using the CYBERKIDS Curriculum worldwide, the numbers add up to more than 40,000.