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Planners
Old 02-29-2020, 06:34 PM
 
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I'm curious about the brands and type of planners everyone uses. Do you prefer an electronic calendar through your email or on your computer or do you prefer a physical paper planner? I prefer a paper planner although various teachers and colleagues send me calendar invites through our email calendar. I like paper planners that are as basic as possible. I prefer them to be weekly planners with plenty of lines to write for each day. I don't like planners with the calendar lay out and having to write a lot of information in a tiny square.

I currently have a planner that was provided by my school. I have been writing in my lesson plans for each subject and use the extra space below for meetings, observations, and personal information such as appointments and library book due dates. I planned to purchase a new planner at the beginning of the year so I could use one for professional use and keep one for personal use, but I figured two planners would be too confusing, so I've been using the same one for everything. Now, I think it is a good idea to keep two separate planners instead. Plus, my school planner ends in June and I would need to get a new one anyway.

I'm curious what everyone uses for planners. Do you keep two separate ones or do you write everything in one? Do you write your lesson plans down in a planner or mostly use it for meetings, appointments, and other information? What kind of planner do you use? I want a basic one that isn't too expensive.

Give me your ideas, tips, suggestions, feedback. Thanks!


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