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As a teacher, I have tried every planner out there and decided to put my years of personal experience to use. If you're like me, your lesson plan book is your Bible. I write EVERYTHING down in there and don't like juggling several notebooks, planners, and legal pads around with all my ideas and notes jotted on them.
So, I set out to create one of my own, and now I want to share it with you. Listed below are the sections included in every planner. There are a few designed pages that give each teacher planner its own unique feel. It is spiral bound with 70# paper, a heavy laminate cover and laminated back cover for durability that will last the school year. Planner begins in August and goes through June of the current school year. There is a monthly overview for July.
Choose from the cover designs available. (See product photos)
**Personalization: your choice of name, quote, or anything that makes it personal to you. **School year will always be on cover, unless otherwise specified.
In each Teacher Planner:
Year at a glancecalendar (forcurriculum planning)
School year calendar that you can personalize to your specific school
Daily Schedule Plan (great to refer your subs to)
Class Birthday Chart
A Peek at the Upcoming Weeks Chart (before every month)
Articulation/Planning Notes (before every month)
Team Meeting Notes
Monthlysection to keep track of student interventions
Monthly- at a glance - calendars
Weeklyview (to include a section to record absences, meetings, & to do lists)
Sections for Reflections by quarter
End of the Year Checklists (book inventories, materials to pack up, etc)