How to use a curriculum engine
A curriculum engine is a tool that uses your browser to help you get information from online sources about the various grade levels of your child’s curriculum.
You can create an engine and add it to your website, and the engine can then generate content for you based on the content available online.
This article is an excerpt from “How to Use a Curriculum Engine” (available in PDF and ePub formats), by Richard P. Ross and Richard E. Ross, with the permission of the Pearson Education Foundation.
The Pearson Education Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of California, Berkeley offers a free curriculum engine.
The engine has been around since 2011, but its features have not been refined since then.
It’s been in use since 2017 and was made available to the public via a Pearson Education subscription.
The engine allows you to add content to your curriculum based on its own content.
For example, you can include a curriculum source from your own school and a source from another school’s curriculum and use the engine to generate content from that source.
The curriculum engine can generate content that’s available from multiple online sources and also allows you add your own content, such as homework assignments and assignments that you write for your child.
There are two versions of the curriculum engine, the Standard version and the Advanced version.
The Advanced version has the most advanced features.
You should download both the Standard and the Standard Advanced version and install them on your computer.
The standard version is a free tool that allows you a lot of the functionality of the advanced version.
It provides the ability to add, remove, and delete content based on your child and the content that is added to your site.
The content you can add is limited to the content of the source that you selected in the search box, and you can also add content from outside sources.
For instance, you might want to add an assignment that your child has written.
You can also create a custom source and add content based upon the content in that source, such that it’s included in the curriculum.
For the most part, the content is a bit easier to add than the content found in the standard version, because the Advanced Version of the engine lets you add a source and exclude the content based off of what the source does.
The Advanced version also has the ability that the standard one does not.
This allows you create a curriculum that uses more content, including a parent’s assignment, homework, and other content.
The Standard and Advanced versions of this tool are both available to anyone, so if you are a parent who is looking for an easy way to generate some content for your curriculum, this is an option that might be a good choice.
If you have any questions about how to use this tool, check out the Pearson website or the Pearson Parent Center for Teachers.