Previously, we have highlighted our Course Outline tool, and the lesson plans. This blog will concentrate on E-units, PowerPoints and additional files.
We previously operated as an agricultural education textbook publisher started in 1932. When we created MYcaert.com we saw a need for digitized student texts which allow for easy updating. We went a step further and divided our digital texts into short, distinct content units we call E-units. Each lesson plan is accompanied by at least one E-unit of six to eight pages in PDF. When you create a course outline, you also create a customized digital textbook for your students.
In every E-unit the reader will find:
Along with the E-unit, each lesson contains a PowerPoint file that can be edited for your classroom presentation format, or assigned directly to students. The content-centered PowerPoints were created by teacher request, with the intent to assign directly to students who missed class.
MyCommunity offers a vehicle for MYcaert users to share useful supplementary materials. You are able to upload documents to share or download materials other teachers prepared. For more information, read this blog or click on the MyCommunity Tab.
The E-units, checking your knowledge questions, PowerPoints, and other materials can be assigned to students. Read this blog on how to assign materials in MYcaert. The materials can also be assigned via Google classroom, or other digital formats that are password protected.