Allow lesson sections unique to class
Different template settings for content areas. Allow math to be different from science lesson plans.
My state requires certain language arts formats for lesson plans, but the other subject areas don't have a specific template. However I have to apply the language arts template to all my classes using this program. Keep up the good work!
Diane Pope commented
I would like to have a different set of lesson sections for certain courses. Right now the layouts are all global. For example my Algebra 1 courses might have Lessons, Homework, Activities, Standards, but my Pre-Calc courses might have Lessons, Formative Assessments, Google Classroom.
I would like to see an option where I can have different tab labels for each class. For example, in my Literacy Block, I need tabs for Interactive Read Aloud, Explicit Comprehension, and Writer's Workshop but I don't need those tabs for Math, Science and Social Studies. I just need an Instruction tab or maybe Small and Whole group tabs for just Math. My Science class needs a Lab tab and Social Studies needs a Project tab. I know if I just don't put anything in the extra boxes it won't show up in my plans. However, there are only so many number of tabs that Planbook lets you have so it is not sufficient. Having this new option will make it easier to stay organized when the tabs won't be cluttered with labels that I don't need for a specific class.
Joshua Prentice commented
Would love this functionality
Absolutely agree!!! Very important especially when you get to high school and are teaching different contents.
Shayna Aldrich commented
Have the ability to create different tabs for different classes
Laura Haim commented
Each subject has it's own flow (science may start with discovery, math with a direct instruction) so we should be able to have different lesson templates and layouts for each class.
Agreed! It's also important to be able to use different templates for the school year and ESY.
Julie Gravett commented
This is especially important for elementary teachers. My math class template is very different than my reading template, which is different than my science/social studies template.
Antionette Payne commented
Allow for planning within a literacy or math block (Guided instruction, shared reading, etc) They are not always at the same time but I would like to have them within my literacy or numeracy block.