Does anybody have experience using Trello or Kanban boards for lesson planning? I am currently laying out the units and lessons for a new class I will be teaching in 2018-19, and I decided to use the Trello app/website to ‘plan my planning’ so to speak. In the board, I have a column each for Units to Plan, Units in Progress, Lessons to Plan, Lessons in Progress, Lessons Completed, and Units Completed. It has really helped me to lay out, visualize, and focus what I need to work on, and the ability to set due dates and get email reminders 24 hours before has helped me hold myself accountable. What REALLY sparked my interest, though, is the vision I have to use Trello for day-to-day lesson planning in my high school mathematics classroom. I envision using the column headings Prep, Print, Create Warmup, Upload to Classroom, Grade, and Done. Each lesson (e.g. Geometry 1.1) would start off as a card I create in the Prep column with a due date as the day I plan to teach the lesson. I would then drag and drop it from left to right as it goes through those titled stages of the lesson planning, presentation, and assessment process. Syncing it to my Google Calendar would show each task on its due date and the stage it is in. This way, it would be easy to visually see at any given time what I need to work on, allowing for better prioritization of my work load. So, who else has used a tool like Trello or a Kanban strategy, and how did it work for you? Or, if you haven’t, what other unique or visual strategies have you used to manage your work load?