Free Teacher Planner
Last year I really wanted to buy a teaching planner but didn’t want to spend the money and found that all of the premade ones didn’t fit my schedule or what I wanted.
So I created my own! It has:
- fun, inspiration cover
- place for your info
- spot for birthdays
- classroom volunteers
- student/parent contact information
- How students get home
- monthly calendar
- at a glance monthly teaching benchmarks
- pages for staff & grade meetings
- and Notes/ideas pages
For some reason, uploaded onto Google Docs it messes up the pages, so you may have to play around with it a bit. When you download it to Word, the alignment is perfect.
Make sure you print this planner double sided!
Here are some pictures of the planner.
Projects by Jen : A Collaborative, Project Based Gold Mine
I have been following Jen Wagner on Twitter for a while now. I had no idea that she was the mastermind behind Projects by Jen that I just discovered.
Projects by Jen is an online project that occur with Pre K - Grade 6 students. There are so many projects that focus on curriculum based learning objectives but that are fun, collaborative and hands on.
She has project listed from stacking Oreo’s (yum), to counting and tallying pumpkin seeds, to exchanging Holidays cards. All of these projects happen in your classroom as well as online where you skype, tweet, and blog with other classes around the world.
I’m so excited to participate this year! I hope you can join me!
Get Smarter With Your SMART Board
Thank you to Aimee Ford who sent these notes from ETFO Summer Academy “Get Smarter With Your SMART Board https://sites.google.com/site/etfosummeracademy2014/
How I use If This Than That (IFTTT) in my classroom.