Save Time Planning: 15 Proven Methods from Teachers
Do you feel like you are always working because there is SO much planning to do as a teacher? Learn 15 proven methods to drastically save time planning- used by teachers like you!
4 Tips for Writing Emergency Substitute Plans
Every teacher has to take a day off sometimes, either expectedly or unexpectedly! Our guest blogger share four tips for writing emergency substitute plans in this guest post for when you have to take off unexpectedly. Click through to read more about sub
5 Things Your Emergency Sub Plans MUST include
Emergency sub plans are important to have as a teacher. Here's a comprehensive list of 5 things that you don't want to forget in your emergency sub plans.
Tips for Planning for a Substitute Teacher | Clutter-Free Classroom | by Jodi Durgin
How to Plan for a Sub, Write Sub Teacher Plans & Make a Sub Binder
Plan for Next Year: Organize the Year, Topics & Daily Lessons
Planning for Next Year: Organizing the Year, the Day's Topics & Lesson Plans is about how to do long term planning and translate it into short term planning. Organize your lessons, plan your curriculum, and see the big picture and small picture of your year.
Why You SHOULD Be Using a Preassessment
A preassessment is the best way to save time, close gaps, differentiate, plan your instruction, and meet all your students' needs. Plus it helps engage your students. Learn about what it is, why it's important, and how to use pretests in your classroom!
How the Bullet Journal Trend Can Change Your Life
Trending on Instagram and Pinterest, a bullet journal is the DIY way to improve focus and reduce stress. Here’s how to start your own — and stick with it.
5 creative November layout ideas for your planner!
5 Creative Monthly Spread Layouts for your Bullet Journal
Starting a Bullet Journal
Love the idea of Bullet Journals to keep track of goals, to do lists etc.