Online Lesson Plans
GradeBook’s online lesson planning includes creating and maintaining text-based lesson plans on a daily basis or for a range of days. Plans can be as simple as a page reference or as detailed as specifying the academic standards the lesson reinforces. State standards are preloaded into GradeBook, so aligning a lesson to standards is a snap.
Online Lesson Planning Features
- Lesson plans can be pasted from other text-based word processing documents or typed directly in to GradeBook's online lesson plan editor. Word processing options found in most standard systems can be used such as spell check, font, font size/color, alignment, bold, underline, and more
- Online lesson plans are posted to the lesson plan bank and can be shared with other teachers, curriculum team members, rolled to the next period, year or pulled from previous periods or years.
- Lesson plans can be viewed in a weekly format using the 5-day planner. Add assignments and homework to the view to capture a more complete look at your plan for the week.
- Create your first lesson plan using a predesigned template, or create your own.
- Search the lesson plan bank using multiple key word criteria
- Lesson plans can be created and scheduled at any time
- State standards can be mapped to lesson plans and assignments to report card assessments.
- The Import Lesson Schedule option allows you to quickly import an entire schedule of lesson plans from another class.
This lesson plan grid shows a teacher’s lesson plan for all classes for the full week.
This screen shows the creating of an online lesson plan with plan details aligned with state standards.
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