Often you'll want quick access to your standard sets and coverage of those standard sets outside of the chalk.com platform. The Standard Export feature allows you to move your standards (and the associated coverage) to both PDF and CSV (Comma-Separated Value) formats. This guide will show you how to export to either format, making your curriculum data easier to use in the real world.
Finding the Export Menu
The export menu can be found by clicking on the menu icon in the top left of your screen, then clicking on Standards:
This will bring you to the Standards page. From here you'll be able to see all your subjects, as well as the standards coverage for each section. If you've assigned a curriculum set to your subject, it should look like this:
This indicates the number of standards each of our two Science sections have covered in the "Ontario - Grade 8 Science and Technology" standard set. On the left is the progress of each section. Click on the section you want to view.
Let's proceed by clicking the Export button on the top right of the widget.
That will bring up the Standards Export Window, as shown in the next step.
There are a couple required and optional steps before we can export our standards.
Required Options for Exporting
There are two required steps once we've begun to export. We'll need to select both the sections and the curriculum sets that we want to include in our export. Click on the 'Sections to Export' and 'Curriculum Sets to Export' buttons to bring those up.
From there, that will bring us to screens showing the sections and standard sets available to export. In this case, we just want to see the coverage of the "P-Scales - English Reading" set for Section 1, so we click into each screen and click on the section and standard that we want:
Now we're ready to export our standards.
Exporting your Standards Coverage
Once we've chosen our sections and curriculum sets, we're just about ready to go. All we have to do now is select our format - this will default to PDF, but we can switch it to CSV if that's what we prefer:
Now that we've got that sorted out, just click the blue Export button in the bottom right, and we'll get a CSV file filled with data on our sections. Importing it to a spreadsheet program (Here we're using Numbers) shows me this: