Monday, March 10, 2014

Lesson Planning Made Easy!

Hey, all! I just posted on The Collaboration Connection about how I do my lesson plans. I've tried MANY different ways of planning, but I think I finally found what works best for me! Check it out :-)

Collaboration Connection

Happy Monday! I hope the weather where you are is as nice as the weather in Central PA! It's gorgeous today!!
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2 comments:

Keep Calm and Love First Grade said...

Hello,
I have nominated you for a Sunshine Award! I really love reading your blog. This award is for bloggers who bring sunshine to you! You can check out the details of the award on my blog.
It does take a little time, but I hope you’ll participate. I’d love to learn even more about you! I'm happy to nominate a fellow PA blogger. My step daughter goes to Lower Dauphin and said you were her sub- Small World!
Congrats!
Melissa
Keep Calm and Love First Grade

Catherine N. said...

I took your advice and checked out planbook.com. IT IS AWESOME! I am home sick today, so I just logged on, added extra notes, bumped my gigantic math lesson to tomorrow, and printed out today's plans for my substitute! ALL my math lessons slid over one day... no more ugly cross-outs or crazy arrows on my plans when things don't work out the way I thought they would. I made a student code and shared it with the learning strategist who helps with my student with autism. I don't have to email them or print them for her anymore! I also showed a couple of my teammates, and their jaws dropped. I can get my plans from anywhere when they're online! Thank you! You deserve a free year, and by the way, try it for free and then only $12 for a year! I'm lovin it!
Catherine
First Grade Top Dogs