For years now, I have been using my own planner and have just put the finishing touches on it. It is designed to be used in Microsoft Word 2010, and I am offering it as a new product!
1. 52 weekly planning pages—each week includes one page to enter lesson plans and another for any notes or websites you may use during that week One advantage to typing in your website information is that once you type the web address, it will automatically create a link to that site from the planner.
2. Websites I Want to Remember—there is lots of space to store website information that you may want to keep for future use. You can even categorize and sort your data.
3. Grading Rubric—the “Computer Class Performance Rubric” is a great tool to help you not only grade your students’ activities, but is helpful in planning a lesson. Use it as a reminder of lesson objectives. This form can be customized to add an activity name, student info, points and notes. I create one for each activity I assign and hand it to students at the start of each class. I find they make fewer mistakes and pay more attention to details!
***PLEASE NOTE: This planner was designed in Microsoft Word 2010 and may be altered if used in any other version.