The Journey to Excellence website highlights five areas in which schools and centres need to take action to enable their learners to develop the capacities, attitudes, capabilities and skills which are the outcome of Curriculum for Excellence.
The website contains videos illustrating ways in which schools and centres are already taking action in the five areas highlighted.
It contains Professional Development Packs- learning together resources - which use selected videos to encourage practitioners to put the ideas into practice in their own establishments.
In a new development, two of those packs are being made available within a Glow group, ensuring that those working through the packs can link to others who are also using them, sharing their ideas.
The new area also contains Curriculum Share, where schools and centres will be able to submit their own short videos, reflecting on and sharing how their pupils and staff are taking action in these areas as they implement Curriculum for Excellence.
The launch of Curriculum Share is scheduled for later in the year.
However, you can also take part in this initiative while it is still in development.
If you have a Glow username, you can request access to the group as it is being developed or access it if you have already sent a request.
Videos of up to 3 minutes can be submitted before the launch.
You can also try out the Professional Packs - 'Literacy & Numeracy' and 'Health & Wellbeing' - before the launch.
For more information or to submit a video, e-mail Angela McEwan.
If you have a page on either Facebook or Twitter, you can make contact there and receive updates.
If don't have a page on Facebook or Twitter, you can still click on the links on the right to read those updates.
You can also see sample videos on YouTube.