MY Access! is effective whether teaching in a bricks-and-mortar, blended, or completely on-line classroom. After all, good teaching is good teaching and, most importantly, we are here to help!
We've developed both print and video resources, using the MY Access! tools. We also encourage you to schedule a webinar to discuss best practices. Just contact Dr. Madeline Pan (firstname.lastname@example.org) VP Professional Learning Connections or your Literacy Specialist.
View or download the following resources:
Knowing how to begin
Teacher Quick Reference Guide - Learning to navigate MY Access! for teachers
See the How-to Video Library for more help.
How do I?
Create and Assign a MY Prompt - Step by Step instructions
- type multisource - find prompts that require students to read, watch or listen to sources and cite them in the essay
- type Author's last name - to find prompts associated with an author's works
- type Main word in a book or story title - to see if there is a prompt associated with the work; you may also try typing this in the Title Area
- Find prompts that mirror state tests - type acronym for the test i.e. caasp, sbac, parcc. sol
- Type special topics i.e.
MY Tutor - Guide students to apply one or two goals for each revision