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Scope of Expectations

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This is where you specify the total scope of the material you want your students to study and master. Currently all scopes in EdReady are based on our NROC Developmental Math curriculum (more information here), though EdReady does have the capability to use other curricular frameworks. 

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You’ll see that each unit in the Dev. Math curriculum is listed – click the arrow to the left of any unit to expand the view and see all Lessons in this Unit. Click the arrow to the left of any lesson to see all available topics.

Note: the full Dev. Math curriculum (Units, Lessons, and Topics) can be found here (on page 2).

Click the checkbox on/selected for any materials you want your students to be responsible to know. You have the ability to customize the included scope down to the topic-level. You can see in the example above that units 1-6 are included, but the remainder of the Dev. Math materials are not.

The order of the units is also editable – they’ll display in sequential order initially, but you can also drag-and-drop any unit to change where it is located in the scope. The order here determines theorder students will encounter these materials in their study path.

Once you have decided which units/topics to keep or exclude, press the "Save Scope" button. Until you press that, none of the changes you have made above will be saved.

After you press it, it processes for a while and then confirms that the assessment scope was saved.

 

If you need information about what material is included in your Scope (& initial diagnostic), click the Email Data button to have an excel file with those details emailed to you. This file will list all Units, Lessons, and Topics available, as well as which ones are included in this scope. This button is available in both the Scope of expectations and Initial Diagnostic tabs – clicking it in either place will send you the exact same file. 

 

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