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Best Practices-Utilizing the E-Units, PowerPoints, and Files Mon, 24 Apr 2017 07:00:00 GMT 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 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 [...]
Best Practices- Applying the Lesson Plan Mon, 03 Apr 2017 07:00:00 GMT Previously, the Course Outlines feature was highlighted.  Today’s blog will focus on the lesson plans.Each lesson plan has been written by a practicing teacher in the designated content area. The lesson plans have then been aligned to national academic standards, and some state content standards.A lesson plan is downloaded in PDF format, where specific parts may be printed for teacher use. To view the lesson plan, click on the red title of the lesson. To download to your computer, cl [...]
Best Practices - Adding to Existing Course Outlines Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:00:00 GMT Would you rather watch a 2 minute tutorial? Download the file below to access a Windows Media file. adding_lessons_to_existing_course_outline.wmvFile Size: 3518 kbFile Type: wmvDownload File Previously, we created Course Outlines. Now, let's add new lessons to existing course outlines in At times, you may discover you wish to add lessons to your existing course outlines. Simply log in and select the lesson plan library needed. Once highlighted, click the floating su [...]
Viewing Aligned Standards Mon, 06 Mar 2017 08:00:00 GMT Would you rather watch a 3 minute tutorial instead? See our Windows Movie Video at the end of this blog entry.  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. Quick View-The simplest way is to hover over the standard numerically listed in the course outline. This will provide you with a summary for your quick viewing. ​ Print Course Outline- Cli [...]
Best Practices: How To Create a Course Mon, 20 Feb 2017 08:00:00 GMT In a previous blog post, we asked you to tell us what you would like to see in upcoming blogs. One request was “Best Practices” within Recently, we’ve received a few requests on how to create a course. This blog will focus on the best practice of creating a course, and example courses. Upon logging into MYcaert, you will land on a screen with each subscribed library shown. From this screen you have several options to create a course. A very simple option, is to [...]
How are we doing? Share and Save! Mon, 06 Feb 2017 11:00:00 GMT Have you ever visited a restaurant for the first time, and had an amazing meal? What did you do next? Most often, people share their joy of their experiences with others. If you have enjoyed your MYcaert subscription, please share our New Subscriber order forms for Agriculture and CTE with a teacher who is not a current subscriber. Think of the new teachers in your state or one who is new to agricultural education. We also offer CTE libraries for the CTE colleagues in your your distri [...]
My Files - Customize Your Assignments Fri, 20 Jan 2017 17:56:47 GMT Do you create your own assignments and worksheets? Do you use and assign materials from MyCommunity for your students? MyFiles, the red tab in MYcaert, is a great place for you to store your assignments, PowerPoints, and your own teacher files for each lesson and/or unit. ​Once you have created a course outline, your MyFiles automatically updates to include an overall file for the course. The overall course file, includes three smaller files: “Current Assignments”, “E [...]
Searching By Vocab Term, Learning Area or Standard Mon, 09 Jan 2017 08:00:00 GMT We've often been asked if 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 mor [...]
End of Semester Preparation- Semester Exams and 2nd Semester Outlines Mon, 12 Dec 2016 08:00:00 GMT With end of the semester exams around the corner, your mind is probably split between two places: creating semester exams, and preparation for 2nd semester.  The past few blogs we have highlighted different ways you can re-use your quizzes- specifically, creating a quiz from existing quizzes. This feature is particularly useful for semester exams, choosing questions to compile from all the different quizzes you’ve previously assigned. You can also create a review quiz,  with mul [...]
Creating a Quiz from Existing Quizzes Mon, 05 Dec 2016 08:00:00 GMT At this point in the year, it is common to reuse your quizzes. Our last blog showed you how you can reuse quizzes for other classes; however this blog, will show you that you can create a semester exam re-using your quizzes from the semester. Follow these simple steps below. First, you will create a new quiz. Upon creating the quiz, you will be directed to the page to select questions from your quiz. There, you will find the question menu on the right side of the screen. Click the first option [...]
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