erin condren Teacher’s Lesson Planner Review!

I love planners. I really do. I can’t get enough of them. They are fun, enjoyable and help me stay organized. I love being creative with them and sitting down to plan my life out.

I’m also super picky when it comes to planners. I like things done a certain way, and after seeing one of my friends share the erin condren Teacher’s Lesson Planner, I was intrigued (and a little scared!).

Still, I decided to get it.

First, let me say that I went ALL out. I sat and planned and organized and decided exactly what I would need to be successful with this planner in the upcoming year. I can already tell you that I wish I had started my calendar in August, even though our school year doesn’t start until September.

I added in extra page protectors, and extra checklists, so mine was a little thicker and a little pricier. I did choose to go with a customized cover. I don’t like it as much as I thought I would, but it is fine. In the sample, the name went straight across the whole side, which I liked, and as you can see above, my name does not.

You can watch my periscope about the planner here.

All in all, I do recommend the erin condren Teacher’s Lesson Planner. It’s high quality, and will help you keep everything in one place. If you’re interested, sign up for a free account here, and you’ll get a $10 off code!

The Three Acts Of A Mathematical Story

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Act One

Introduce the central conflict of your story/task clearly, visually, viscerally, using as few words as possible.

Act Two

The protagonist/student overcomes obstacles, looks for resources, and develops new tools.

Act Three

Resolve the conflict and set up a sequel/extension.

Check out the full article here: dy/dan » The Three Acts Of A Mathematical Story.