I hate to ask, but have any of you thought about how you are going to stay organized next year? At the beginning of the school year, I always try to set an organizational goal for myself. One of my goals a few years back was to leave on time more often. You can read about how I do that here. One goal that seems to haunt me each year is organization.
Many call me organized, but to me I am really good at LOOKING organized! Can anyone else relate? Yes, I have an adorable personal planner (see here.) And yes, my desk looks pretty neat most of the time (see here…. maybe not so much here!) However, looks can sometimes be deceiving.
One area that I am pretty confident in is my Curriculum Planner. This binder goes with me to every data, staff, RTI, and PD. It is my go-to for standards, pacing guides, grades, curriculum maps, data, lesson plans, and calendars. I LOVE IT!
What I love about it the most is it’s almost completely customizable! If you prefer to type your lesson plans, that is an option. If you like pen and paper, that’s an option, too!
Each day I’m adding new files to the .zip download all based on recommendations from people like you! If there is something you are really looking for in a teacher planner and I don’t have it, just email me. So far I’ve added editable cover pages with spine labels and a customizable gradebook where you can type your students’ names and add more if needed.
You will also find a link to a video that will explain how I make these adorable divider tabs with custom text!Want to learn more about it? Click on the image below 🙂
Not ready to begin thinking about next school year? Save the image below for later!