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BYOC Has a NEW LOOK!


BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC) was developed in 2002, and has served as the leading curriculum management software across the nation for the past 20 years. We take pride in leading the market with our tools, but we are always striving to improve our offerings and expand our reach to empower more educators and districts. Click to read more!



Spring Tip

Have you set up your calendar and schedule in Embarc to have your course, unit, and topic durations projected throughout the calendar year? Read our guide on setting up the calendar and schedule and you’ll see how helpful it is on your course scope and sequence page to see calendar dates!  

Embarc is now offering office hours for support.  You can register for these office hours on the login page.  Watch for the many new exciting changes coming with Embarc. 

Great news! BYOC has updated the Missouri standards sets to identify the priority standards for ELA, math, science, and social studies within the system. Click Here to Learn More.



BYOC ensures that your district curriculum is used with fidelity. It helps align curriculum to state standards. District staff can analyze curriculum and address issues raised in district and state assessments. BYOC makes it easier for planning and delivery of instruction. With BYOC, your district curriculum can be transparent at multiple levels and all students experience the same path, regardless of teacher or building. Click our EmBARC Fact Sheet to learn more

Contact Roblyn Melton at rmelton@SMCAA.org for training needs or if you are interested in adding BYOC to your district.



BYOC the Framework for K-12 Success

BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC) uses technology to bring the teaching—and learning—experience into an evolving documented process that is easy to use, accessible anywhere, and aligned district-wide. BYOC was founded on a belief that curriculum must be of value to teachers. With BYOC, teachers don’t have to recreate curriculum from scratch each year. By simply entering curriculum once, then continuously assessing and improving, educators can save time on curriculum management, enter a process of continuous improvement, and shift focus to their true passion for teaching.

Whether you've seen us before or are completely new to the product, we invite you to attend one of our upcoming webinars and find out what everyone is talking about.  Education Advance continues to evolve and has grown into a leading Curriculum Management for schools. 

Click Here to Register to Attend a Webinar Today!




Need Help with MSIP prep? Let BYOC Help!

With MSIP 6 rules to come out the summer, we at SMCAA want you to be ready to meet the challenges this new accreditation process will require.  As you continue your work toward organizing and building your curriculum, you have options on how to build and store your curriculum electronically.  If  you are just beginning your journey and are interested in a program built specifically to assist you in creating and maintaining a strong, accessible and useable curriculum, you should consider the Build Your Own Curriculum (BYOC) program. 

BYOC can help a district meet the MSIP 6 standards in multiple ways.  It also is strongly aligned to the Written Curriculum Audit Tool contained in our State’s ESSA plan. Click here to see how BYOC can assist you in meeting the new MSIP 6 standards

SMCAA is here to answer your questions and to assist you with any and all of your curriculum work.  If we can assist you with BYOC programming or in any other area of your curriculum journey, let us know!

Contact Roblyn Melton at rmelton@smcaa.org  




Curriculum management is a large undertaking for school districts. Subjects each have their own manuals and each course has specific criteria to be met. Many districts could fill bookcases with their curriculum guides. But in order to find, compare or analyze curriculum, a team of educators would have to dust off the manuals and go through each handbook individually. Short on manpower and wanting to find a more efficient way to organize curriculum, David Miller, Coordinator for Assessment & Library Services in the Pattonville (MO) School District, began looking for alternatives to this rusty, dusty routine. The Pattonville Success Story

Success Story -  Gasconade R-1 Preparing a Lifelong Learners

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