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The following webinar walks through using ManageBac to manage Curriculum Planning in the Middle Years Programme. Topics covered include admin set-up through Settings, adding subjects, requesting Standards Imports, and the Unit planning processes for teachers and coordinators.
1) How can I add my State Standards to Unit Plans?
You can add Standards via Settings > Middle Years Programme > Standards. Either add Standards manually with Header, Sub-Header and Standards or request a Standards Import from us via the Request Standards Import button. Please see the complete tutorial on how to Import Standards here.
2) How can I add myself as an author to a unit?
Units are shared with any class of the same subject & grade level. Teachers can be added as Authors of units if they are added as teacher to a class of the same subject & grade level of the unit. Please click here for our complete tutorial on adding authors to units.
3) Where can I quickly re-organise my units?
The most efficient way to re-organise unit plans is via Dashboard > Curriculum. Each tile in the Whole School Curriculumthat represents a unit and can be dragged and dropped along the calendar to reorder the units. Please see the link here for our tutorial on accessing and using the Whole School Curriculum.
4) What is the difference between Learning Experience and Learning Process?
The Learning Process describes the entirety of learning possible for the student during a Unit. Whereas the Learning Experience can be an individual episode that provides learning within the Unit.
This webinar was originally run on March 8, 2018.
Lead Presenter: Kay Holl, ManageBac Support Associate
Secondary Presenter: Vincent Bradshaw, ManageBac Support Associate
Guest Panelist: Russell Ash, Dean of Academic Development and Middle Years Programme Coordinator at The Leo Baeck Day School in York, Ontario. Russell began teaching the IB curriculum over ten years ago, and has been using ManageBac for over 4 years.
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