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Guide's Youthhood Menu

As a Youthhood Guide, you have a different navigation menu on the right sidebar than do youth. This navigation menu is your key to interactive activities that only you can do as a Guide.

Your right sidebar menu, Guide's Youthhood, consists of the following link options:

  • Curriculum Guide: this link will take you directly to instructional pages for the specific content area you're exploring at any given moment.
  • Life Map: this link will take you to a listing of any new and updated entries from your group members for you to view and comment on. See Viewing & Commenting on Entries.
  • Class Notebook: this link will take you to a listing of any new and updated entries from your group members for you to view and comment on. See Viewing & Commenting on Entries.
  • Portfolio: this link takes you to a listing of group members, and their completed entries.

You also have the ability to Demonstrate the Site by selecting the "Demo My Youthhood" button that appears beneath your Guide's Youthhood menu. See more about Demonstrating the Site to Youth.

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Guide's Youthhood Menu

  • Private journal
  • Activities folder
  • Curriculum Guide
  • Life map
  • Class notebook
  • Portfolio
  • Back to the guide's youthhood
  • Demo the youthhood to your students

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