My next book will be a teacher’s planner with articles from this blog inside. Which planning template do you like the most? Do you have any thoughts or suggestions on what would make your favorite template better? Any general comments?
5 free copies are up for grabs! To enter, just comment on this blog post (with something constructive that will help). If you post something really good then I may even include you in the acknowledgements section of the planner!
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Option 1: Each day over two pages
Option 2: Each day on one page
Update: 17th December
Hi everyone. The feedback I’m getting from a number of people on the teacher’s planner is that we would like to lose the notes and targets on the planning page but have a full notes and targets page prior to each lesson planning section. So the sequence would be:
1. Notes and targets page
2. Lesson planning section (two pages)
3. Pedagogical article from my blog
Every notes page (there will be 45 of them in total) should have a different illustration from pop at the top. Thanks for your feedback, everyone! It’s going to be an amazing teacher planner!
We’ll be going for the ‘day over two pages’ template.
3 thoughts on “The Rogers Pedagogical Planner”
I prefer to have more space because I have large handwriting, but at the same time, I think the layout in #2 looks better, so I would use it more often. Will you have a page just for notes following each of the double pages above? I would find that enormously handful for keeping notes, etc. close to the lessons they’d need to go with. I assist in two biology classes, and the more space I have for jotting down ideas or prep work for reviews and activities, the better!
Great ideas Stefani! So a full notes page immediately prior to the week? Would that help?