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Curriculum Maps - Working with Sections

Working with Sections in your Curriculum Maps is easy and very similar to working with Units. The Curriculum Map Builder allows you to add any curriculum element to a Section and at multiple levels within the Sections.


  1. To add Section to a Unit (or Week, Month, Quarter), click on the small blue arrow to the left of the Unit pill.  This will open the Unit to allow you to drag items underneath the Unit level to the area that says “(Drop here)”.  Drag the Section pill from the sidebar on the left into the “(Drop here)” box.  When the box turns blue, you can release the mouse, and the Section will appear underneath the Unit.
     

  1. You can add a title and description to the Section. Then press the Save button.
     

  1. To Edit the title or description, Add/Edit a Note, or to Delete a Section, click on the edit.png icon to the right of the Section and choose one of these options from the pop up.

  2. Any pill that has dots to the left of it can be dragged into the Curriculum Map.  (Please note: Units cannot be dragged into Sections, and Sections must be dragged into a specific Unit or into an Element under a Unit.)  If the pill does not have the dots, then you will click on the pill to work with that specific Element.
     

  1. To add to a Section you must click the grey arrow circle next to the Section pill.  This will open the Section and a “(Drop here)” box will appear underneath it.
     

Sections can be reordered within a Unit.  Click the Section pill and drag it to the area you want to move it to. The “(Drop here)” box will appear and turn blue, and then you can release the mouse button to drop it.  If you would like to move a Section under another Section/Element, that Section/Element will need to be opened first by clicking on the grey circle arrow next to it on the left.  If you move a Section, everything underneath it moves too.  If you delete a Section or an element that has items underneath it, they will all disappear too!