Student Edition Planners from A Plan in Place will help keep you organized and on track for your entire school year. As you plan the year ahead, then work through each week, record milestones and achievements, and finally keep a consolidated portfolio of your student’s year, you’ll find that your students accomplish more and work more independently than ever before.
First, PLAN your year ahead using Goals & Planning Forms designed to walk you through curriculum choices, daily schedules, and yearly activities.
GOALS AND PLANNING SECTION EXAMPLES
- Here’s a great blog post to help you utilize one of our favorite forms: Long Range Planning
A calendar section is optional – we’ve found that for many students it is unnecessary. But, if you’d like your student to get used to using a calendar and stay even more organized, next you would PLAN out your year using our calendar pages. In the calendar section we include two year-at-a-glance calendars, plus 12 monthly calendar pages. You choose what month your calendars start with!
CALENDAR SECTION EXAMPLES
You will then WORK through the school year using your Weekly Schedule Sheets. You have two options – Stock sheets or Customized. Both come in either one-page-per-week or two-pages-per-week. Stock sheets come pre-formatted with blank headings that you fill in each week. For more control over what your Weekly Schedule Sheets look like, choose the Customized option. Find all the information you need to decide on our Weekly Schedule Sheets page. No matter which option you choose, we include 40 weeks of schedule sheets – plenty for the whole school year, plus a few more just in case.
As the year progresses, RECORD your student’s accomplishments and track his or her progress using the forms in the Record Keeping section.
RECORD KEEPING SECTION EXAMPLES
Here’s a couple of blog posts to help you utilize some of our favorite forms:
The school year always seems to end with a dilemma… what should I KEEP? A stack of workbooks, notebooks, and papers on a shelf doesn’t seem like a good answer. Now, put some work samples in the pocket of your planner and – voila! – dilemma solved. You have a permanent record of curriculum used, books read, papers written, plus test scores, work samples, and achievements, all in one concise package.
WHICH WOULD YOU RATHER KEEP?