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Do you have a favorite brand/type of planner you would recommend?

At the moment, I'm only teaching one subject: Language Arts. I'd love a planner that had pages for notes, a page to list which parents I contact and when, a whole-month page, in addition to daily pages.

And if it is cute and includes stickers, that's a bonus!

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I've tried many. However, all the ones I've tried are set up mostly for elementary teachers. I liked my Erin Condren one, but it was so heavy. Plus, I hate my handwriting so I think I'd rather use editable documents and type things in and print.

I think I'm just going to make my own and keep it in a binder with everything I need. I teach like three different classes and see 120 students, so I need something more for secondary.
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I couldn't find any that really applied to me (6th grade) and created my own using Microsoft Word.

They were easily edited to reflect my year's work.

During my last 3 years, I was responsible for all the 6th grade reading and social studies. It was easier for me to make up separate lesson plans for the reading (as we only had 30 copies of each novel study), but I was able to use one for social studies.

And the best part? Free! (and easily forwarded to the principal if need be).
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Old 05-30-2017, 09:40 PM
 
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One that works well for middle school. I do like to type up a unit lesson plan,
then use post-its in a planner with reminders written on them, and then write in a planner what we actually did that day, because it might be different then what I had planned.

I bought a Happy Planner for my personal life, so might wait and see if I like it. Thx for the suggestions.


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Planbook.com!
Old 05-31-2017, 05:39 AM
 
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Planbook.com is reasonably priced and includes numerous features. The company continues to make updates.
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I use Planbook. I like the use of different colors, different fonts etc. Our school pays for it, so it is free to me.
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Erin Condren
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The Erin Condren planner, although a little more expensive, is the best planner- hands down. You can customize the cover . ( I chose to use all of my favorite pictures in a collage.) And of course, it is functional- with lots of room to write down everything you need to- daily plans, monthly plans. I love mine and plan to get another one for this school year.
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I like Planbook.com also. Very easy to use and has many different features.
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