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Old 06-28-2018, 12:47 PM
 
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Looking for a planner for the new school year. Anyone have any favorites?


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Old 06-28-2018, 12:56 PM
 
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Planbook.com is fantastic! Do it all online and print it out. Create templates. Easily repeat items that are the same every day or every week. Save for next year and just tweak wherever you need to. I think it's still $12 a year.
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Another vote for planbook.com. I’ve used them for several years, and they just keep adding more features. Still $12, but the price will increase to $15 on the 1st of July. I just now renewed for $12.
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I splurge and get an Erin Condren planner and pay extra for the sheet protector pockets in the back. There is space for all of my lesson plans, student rosters (I'm a reading specialist, so I need to track entry/exit dates and end up seeing around 50 students over the course of the year), building schedules, meeting notes, to do lists, and pretty much everything else I would need. They are $$, but I love mine and since it is something I use every day, I am ok with spending more to get something I really like.
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I loved planbook. My school went to a different system and I no longer use it, but I did for several years before the switch. It is a great program.


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Thank you all i am looking into playbook.com as soon as possible! You guys are great!!
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Old 07-06-2018, 05:53 AM
 
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I used planbook.com last year and really liked it. However, I would recommend always printing out a copy of your lessons for the week. One day the internet was down and I was unable to access the site.
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Another vote for planbook! I have been using it for 6 years now! I do not print (go green! ) but do Download the weeks lessons and save to my computer in case we have internet issues
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and love that you can attach worksheets or websites. I also love that the standards are right there. This year I would like to use a separate planner for guided reading and conferences, this way I can keep notes on each kid and use when I sit down for standards based grading.

I also keep a calendar to record behavior good and bad for the purpose of SBG. This year I am going to make a class list for each process standard and social/behavior skill that is graded. Hope that makes sense. I do love planbook!
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Yes it does! I am leaning towards Planbook.com!


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I love planbook! You will love it!
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Can’t recommend a specific one. Our school has one they subscribe to and all teachers use that for “official” plans. Admin can see them once teacher posts them.
I do print out and keep in binder in case I have a sub. Most I can use more than one year.
For myself, I use an old fashioned plan book to keep track of daily happenings, a few page numbers or book titles. It’s skinny and slips into my bag every day. So used in conjunction with online plans, works well for me.

I do use a separate notebook with tabbed pages for all my running record summaries (words missed, self corrections, accuracy rate, fluency score, comprehension score), my plan for progress.
And one more for guided reading plans by the week. Groups are in pencil because they change often. Just record book titles, vocabulary. Our guided reading is mainly for comprehension and fluency, not word work. I know my GR books really well so the actual plan for that book is tucked away in a binder for sub as needed.

None of my stuff is pretty but then I don’t have to spend time or money decorating it.

So I guess what I am suggesting is to consider a variety of “planners” rather than one large thing for everything.
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Old 08-28-2018, 05:15 PM
 
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Another vote for planbook.com. It has so many fabulous features. It takes a little bit of time to set it up but will save you HOURS once that is done. You can try it out for free. https://www.planbook.com
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