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Daily Planning Worksheet

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Weekly planners, whether digital, handwritten, or typed, can help you get a handle on your to-do's for each week. This sample daily planning worksheet is one example. Read more about strategizing your time in the associated post: "7 Step-Prep: Make a Weekly Plan for YOU!" A blank version of this template is available from the website for The Together Group.

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T.C.'s picture
Special Education Teacher

Samer, thank you for the info on the Coursera course.

Lee Johnson's picture

That course has been very helpful to me. It is self paced so you can start and move along as your schedule allows. Although I should schedule it in on my worksheet since I have not finished it.

Andie Davis, MEd, MSEd's picture
Andie Davis, MEd, MSEd
High School ELA Teacher, Delaware

I use something similar in a pre-made book to record where in the lesson each of my classes left off and to make notes about changes or materials that I need to have for next time. I use the spaces at the bottom for lesson/weekly reflections to help me improve the units next year.

Kari Williams's picture

I like tips on planning in for the hallway rush and also plan a meeting with yourself! 2 great ideas that will keep me on track

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