When you create a new class in Kiddom, we automatically create a "Master Curriculum "(of the same name as your class). This will be the curriculum that you automatically share when you add collaborators to your class. The master curriculum is the curriculum a team of teachers gain access to for co-planning purposes.

Sharing a Master Curriculum is simple:

  1. Create a class (or, ask a colleague to create one). Once you create the class, open Planner to create the "Master Curriculum." There is no limit to the amount of assignments, playlists, units, and content the teacher can add to this curriculum.
  2. From there, invite collaborators to this class. You just need an email address to invite collaborators. 
  3. If you'd like your collaborators to be able to make changes to the curriculum, be sure the collaborators have  "edit" permissions. If you'd only like your collaborators to view your curriculum, choose "view only." You can always change these permissions from Class Settings.
  4. Ensure your collaborator(s) accept your invite to join your class. They can accept from their notifications or class list page. 

Collaborators can then use the Master Curriculum in all of their classes from the drop down menu from their planner. It will be named the same as the owner's class.  They can also use the Master Curriculum for classes where they are not the owner, but they would need editing permissions.

Pro tip: sharing a Master Curriculum ideal for co-teachers and teams of teachers who work off the same curriculum and lesson plans. 

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