Computerized lesson plans

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  1. busyteachermom

    busyteachermom New Member

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    Does anyone know of a site or commercially available product to complete plan books on the computer. I hate all that writing week after week
     
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    I created one in Excel to fit my needs.
     
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    I've started a form in word myself but as my name suggests with 3 kids under 5 I was hoping for something that was already out there instead of reinventing the wheel
     
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    This is the planbook that I use
    http://www.hellmansoft.com/windows/index.html

    It is well worth the money that you pay. I like it because I can attach any documents to the lesson, click on one button, and my plans and any documents I want the students to have are automatically uploaded to my website.
     
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    Our district uses oncoursesystems.com. We write our lesson plans on there and manage our website.
     
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    I created a Word template for my lesson plans. It wasn't hard!
     
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    This is very cool! Can you link your plans to state standards? How much of your lesson plans do you share with the parents via website? What is their response?
     
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    I use teacherease.com
    It includes gradebooks, reports, and many other extras. You can get a free trial to test it out.
     

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