Connected Classroom: Using Online Tools for Lesson Planning
If there's one thing teachers can't get away from, it's lesson planning. Even if you take a week off from your students, you still have to provide lesson plans for the substitute.
Most teachers make use of old lesson plans, but even if you have a loaded arsenal of all the lesson plans you could ever use, it still takes time to prepare and modify them for your current classroom.
Fortunately, whether you have a loaded back stock of lesson plans or you need to create a new one from scratch, there are plenty of online tools that are free and easy to use to increase...
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