Curriculum Trak is proud to support a variety of integrations with resources you may already use that are geared toward enhancing the benefits of your mapping process. Curriculum Trak integration opportunities currently include the following areas:
Our free Accommodations and Strategies feature allows Curriculum Trak users to identify practical tools to assist students who struggle with academics. With suggested strategies across a variety of academic areas, this tool from All Belong prompts thinking about diverse learning needs as you plan for units and standards. Every Curriculum Trak package includes accommodations and strategies for the areas listed below.
Each academic area includes more than thirty ideas for the student, their teacher/parent, and the classroom environment. Sample strategies for math may include:
Math strategy for self: Before starting worksheet, highlight the operational signs
Math strategy for others (teachers/parents): Provide checklists for the student to self-monitor work before turning it in
Math strategy for environment (structure, time, space, and assignments): Use folded paper math (students work the problem on one half and write the steps of the problem across from it on the other half)
Accommodations & Strategies is a free resource within Curriculum Trak.
Curriculum Trak has enjoyed a long relationship with FACTS SIS (formerly RenWeb) and currently serves hundreds of FACTS schools around the world. To integrate your Curriculum Trak account with your FACTS SIS account, all you need is your school/district code.
Results of Integration
There are three benefits from integrating Curriculum Trak with FACTS:
About FACTS SIS
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There is no additional charge to sync your Curriculum Trak account with your FACTS SIS account.
Curriculum Trak is happy to work with a growing number of textbook publishers to help expedite the mapping process. The process of curriculum mapping is intended to reveal the curricular decisions your instructional team is making in every course and how those courses are using textbook resources. Curriculum Trak is working with a growing list of major publishers to begin with an importable map map of the text which can be modified to reflect your specific practices. Rather than starting each map from scratch, this opportunity saves schools countless hours in their mapping process.
How It Works
As publishers provide maps of their texts, we make these texts available in our Other Curriculum area for preview. Curriculum Trak administrators have the option to import these course maps into your school’s account. From there, course editors can modify these maps for personal use. Published maps, as provided by the publisher, continue to be available for reference or reimporting at any time.
There is no additional fee for importing and using maps from these publishers in your Curriculum Trak account.