Once you have created your curriculum maps, you will want to ensure that the standards and content are aligning with other maps within the same grade, or other grade levels for the subject within your institution. This will ensure that the curriculums being created by your institution, district or school are setting your students up for success!
To understand why you might compare curriculum maps, you'll need to understand the difference and use-cases for Vertical and Horizontal Alignment. This article will explain why you should compare curriculum maps with other grades or subjects.
Now that you know why you're comparing curriculum maps, now you can move on to using the tool! Once you've read the above article, you can move on:
- How do I search by standards and expectations?
- How do I view the targeted standards in these maps?
- How do I view the unit content in these maps?
- How do I share or save the curriculum comparison?
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