Online Lesson Template/Planning. Do you use it?

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  1. StudentTeach

    StudentTeach Comrade

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    I've realized that I do almost all of my record keeping, organizing, banking, etc, online except for one MAJOR area: my lesson book! I tried the print books and I stop writing in them after a few weeks. I tried printing out a monthly calendar, which works pretty well, but I tend to misplace them, and finally I resorted to using a plain composition book and just writing page after page for all four of my preps, totally disorganized but at least in one spot. :sigh:. Now that I've admitted all of last year's terrible organization, I'm really looking for something that will work for me, help me be organized, and I will actually use to my and my students' benefit. Do any of you use on online planning tool, or something on the computer? A program? Just microsoft word? A calendar? I same across this online tool: does anyone use it, recommend it? Does it look legitimate? http://www.planbookedu.com/

    Any advice appreciated :)
     
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  3. Caesar753

    Caesar753 Multitudinous

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    I just use MS Word. It works out for me.
     
  4. Peregrin5

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    I use Google Forms. It looks pretty when you're creating it. Not so pretty once you're done, since it's all dumped into a spreadsheet. But for recording and documentation purposes, it works out.
     
  5. teresateaches

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    We were required to submit them every two weeks at my last job, so I used Word and saved them to Google Docs.
     
  6. Aliceacc

    Aliceacc Multitudinous

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    I use a plan book for weekly planning.

    Anytime I've taught a new course, I've used a binder for my math notes. I don't hand in lesson plans, so I don't need anything more formal.
     

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