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Exporting Objective Lists

Follow the steps below to export objective lists. Teachers, staff, or administrators who are using Renaissance Place with another database can then import your objective list and use it if they are using the same libraries and objectives.

Who can do this with default capabilities?

District Administrators, District Staff, School Administrators, School Staff, Teachers

  1. Select the green Accelerated Math tile (shown below) on the Home page; then, select Assignment Book.

    The Assignment Book lists the students who are in one class. The class name is shown above the list of students. If you have access to more than one Accelerated Math school, use the School drop-down list to choose the school for which you want to view a class Assignment Book. If you have more than one class, and you want to select a different class, click the Class drop-down list and select the class name. If the objective list is being used by a specific group, select the group from the Group drop-down list.

    Select the green Accelerated Math tile (shown below) on the Home page; then, select Extended Response.

    The Extended Response page lists the students who are in one class. The class name is shown above the list of students. If you have access to more than one Accelerated Math school, use the School drop-down list to choose the school for which you want to view class extended response assignments. If you have more than one class, and you want to select a different class, click the Class drop-down list and select the class name.

    Select the green Accelerated Math tile (shown below) on the Home page; then, select Libraries.

    The Libraries page will list the libraries that are available for one school. If you have access to more than one school, and you want to choose a different school, click the School drop-down list and select the other school.

  2. Click Manage Objectives on the left side of the page.
  3. Click Export Objective List.
  4. Choose the list that you want to export from the first drop-down menu. If you want to check the objectives that are in the objective list before you continue, click View to see them at the bottom of the page.
  5. The first of the objectives are listed. Click to go to the next group of objectives, to go back one group, to go to the last group in the objective list, or to go to the first group. You can also use the drop-down list in the middle of the arrows to choose a specific group of objective numbers. To search for specific objectives, click , enter key terms, and click Search. The list will be limited to objectives that matched your search; to see the full list again, click Show All.

    To see the standards related to objectives, or to hide standards again, click . Objectives in bold text are related to standards.

    To see sample problems for objectives, click in the row for an objective. If the icon is available, click it to see a worked example, which shows the steps required to solve a problem and the answer.

    Objectives marked with are core objectives.

  6. Next, enter the name that you want to give the exported list. Use a name that will be clear to anyone who may be importing this objective list.
  7. You can also enter an optional description to help explain what is in the list or what it is used for. The description will only be visible when the list is being imported.
  8. Click Export.
  9. When the program finishes exporting the list, click Download. Save the list to the location you prefer, and note the file name and location.