This video tutorial series will help you with common features and functionality of Curriculum Manager Version 3.
CMv3 Documentation: Click here to download the CMv3 Course Handout. (.docx)
What's new in CMv3:
We're laying the foundation here. In this module we'll cover how to setup your CMv3 account, then we'll cover all of the steps needed to get access to the CMv3 home screen. This includes setting up your first curriculum plan (CP) and setting up your roster.
In this module we're going to familiarize ourselves with the new response device that comes with CMv3. We're also going to add and assign our response devices to the Cadets in our roster, finishing the foundational work.
CMv3 comes with many materials and example presentations with which you can frame your JROTC program. We'll take a look at where you can find these materials. We'll also take a look at the presentations environment and familiarize ourselves with navigation as well as find materials for each lesson.
CMv3 has 3 different methods of delivery for assessments. In this module, we'll go into detail on each assessment type and their uses.
While CMv3 provides some stock questions that can be used to make an assessment, to meet regulations we need to know how to make custom content. In this module we cover how to combine questions to make an assessment as well as how to make instructor-created questions.
This is your opportunity to put your touches on your program by customizing slides for your lessons and meeting JROTC regulations at the same time. We cover how to create new slides, use outside media in CMv3 and edit existing content.
Once your CMv3 environment is set to your liking, you'll begin using it in earnest. The reports menu will help show data for your CPs, custom resources and grades from your assessments.
This is a program that will work with our curriculum to allow Cadets to have an online portfolio, electronic learning materials, games and another tool to organize your JROTC program. We'll give you an overview of the website, how it functions and how you can incorporate it into your program.