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What is MyTE?

By registering for MyTE you are creating a personal account where you can keep track of your favorite curricula and share your classroom experiences in using the lessons and activities. MyTE also offers extra functionality to the user, which is explained below.

Adding curriculum to your favorites list

To add an item to your list, go to the activity, lesson or curricular unit that you wish to add. Then click on the Add to MyTE link in the upper right-hand corner of the page. If you are not logged in, you will be prompted for a username and password.

Writing a teacher experience

Registering for a MyTE account lets you share with other teachers a description of your experiences using the curricula in your classroom. Where did you use this? How did you use this? How did your students respond? What suggestions do you have for other teachers? To do this, click Share your experience! in the summary box of the displayed activity, lesson or unit. From within your MyTE area, you have the ability to add, edit or remove your comments. Since these comments will be public, we ask that you use discretion in writing them. Submitted experiences will be screened for inappropriate content and posted within a few days.

Rating a document

Registering for a MyTE account also lets you rate documents. The process is easier than ever! While in the document, just click on a star in the My Rating section. If you make a mistake or change your mind, you can re-rate the document at any time.

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