I should start out by saying that I LOVE planning. Yes, there are challenging parts to the process, but thinking about what I need to teach and how my students will learn best, really gets the gears in my mind moving.
Let’s start with the basics. Picking a planner. More specifically, picking one that works for you. If you have one that doesn’t mesh with the way you are teaching, you are going to run into a lot of frustrations before you even get started.
I want to share a couple different options to get you thinking about which teacher planner will work best for YOU. Start by thinking about how you want to set it up and then how where you want to purchase it from.
Do I Purchase a Hard Planner?
Do I Purchase a Printable Planner?
Do I Build My Own Planner?
Spiral Bound Planner
I will say that I tried it out and it just wasn’t for me. I am someone who needs to write stuff down with pencil and paper.
Phew! That was a lot of information. I hope that it will help you make an informed decision as you decide which teacher planner will be best for you.
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