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After you’ve created a course, you may want to view the standards aligned to the lessons in the course. This is a simple task. The standards are viewed in four simple ways.
If you are searching for lessons aligned to specific standards, you can do so by hovering over “My Courses” and selecting the area of study desired (IE: National AFNR, National Math, National Science, National English, or State Standards). By following the prompts, you will find the lessons aligned to those standards.
We've often been asked if MYcaert.com has a search bar for users. It does!
Once you've logged in, under the "My Courses" tab, along the left, are ways to Generate List of MYcaert materials. The second to last option, "By Vocabulary Term" is often the desired search method. Using as many keywords as you need, and selecting search, a list of materials you have access to, is created.
You can select as many lessons that suit your needs, and a course outline will be created. To select more than one item, hold down the "Ctrl" button on a PC, or the "Command" button on a Mac, and select your items.
You can add those lessons to an existing course outline, or create a new one.
You may find it helpful to search by your own state's standards, or by learning area. Those options are also found under "My Courses", along the left of the drop down menu. By Learning Area will allow you to select specific options within science, math, and language arts. Whereas, by "_________ Standard" will allow you to generate materials by specific academic standards.
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