What is a curriculum map standard?

In MasteryConnect, you can create curriculum maps using core learning standards. Learning standards are statements that identify the skills students will learn and practice in a subject or course during the school year. Standards are identified by grade level and domain. Each domain may include multiple strands that together identify a collection of skills that demonstrate mastery in that domain.

When you create a curriculum map, you must select the standard subject, source, and grade level. Once added in a curriculum map, you can pin resources that teach the standard and associate assessments to measure standard mastery.

Open Maps

Open Maps

In the Global Navigation Menu, click the Maps link [1], then click the Curriculum Maps link [2].

Open Map

Open Map

Click the curriculum map name link.

View Curriculum Map Standards

View Curriculum Map Standards

On the curriculum map page, view the curriculum map standards.

View Strand Groups

View Strand Groups

By default, the curriculum map page displays standards grouped by strand. Each strand is associated with a specific color.

View Individual Standard

View Individual Standard

Each individual standard displays the strand abbreviation [1], grade level [2], and standard number [3].

You can also view a short description for the standard [4].

View the number of resources pinned to the standard in the Resource Pin icon [5].

View the standard options in the Standard Options menu [6].

To view the standard details, click the standard's Expand icon [7].

View Standard Options

View Standard Options

The Standard Options menu displays the following options:

Move Standards

Move Standards

You can move individual standards and organize the standards list according to your preference.

To reorganize standards in a curriculum map standards list, click the standard color block [1]. Then drag the standard to the desired place in the list [2].