Display classes by time with gaps
When I view or print my schedule for the week, without lesson details, I would LOVE to have it display in relationship to TIME, not all bunched together at the top of the page. This would help my colleagues visualize empty periods in my schedule (I'm a librarian)! When one class is 90 minutes and takes up the same amount space as a 30 minute class, or I have a break of 25 minutes, it is hard to read that across a week.
Zoe Beltz commented
I teach high school and I love the layout of the planbook. I use it everyday and I love that I can share it with my students easily. However, we have 90 minute blocks and I would love it if there were a space to specify how much time each activity takes. For example, in my American Literature course, I want to do 3 activities in one day. I want to be able to have an area where I can put how much time each activity would/should take. Ex: Warm-up (10 minutes) Quote Analysis (25 mins).
It would be nice if I could see my schedule in a new so that I could see when my schedules overlap. I teach special ed and would like to see when different therapy times overlap with teaching times and overlap with each other. Similar to what it looks like in Google Calendar. Do you think this is possible?
Laura Andrew commented
The weekly plan book would have a more neat and tidy appearance if the classes that are always at the same time could remain in the same row together. For example, my afternoon meeting with my preschoolers is always at the same time. But since we have fewer classes before the afternoon meeting on Wednesday, it appears earlier on the schedule, though it is really at the same time.