Lesson plans are kept manually on paper. All Students are given a planner or agenda book at the beginning of the school year. This is a great way to stay organized and to learn organizational skills. Canvas Instructure organized classes also have a calendar that is populated automatically when I create the assignment and or establish due dates.
I have decided it is more efficient for me to keep the lesson plans on paper. If you miss a class, see a classmate and/or touch base with me when other classmates are working on a current assignment and / or over flex as appropriate.
Even though I am keeping lessons plans on paper, I like to use Learning Management Systems quite heavily to make sure class materials are available 24/7 as well as instructions on assignments, etc. Just log into your course.
Additional resources students should log into for my classes are:
- Blackboard (No longer available, so will be updating course content in Canvas Instructure over time.)
- Canvas Instructure (All Courses, certain assignments) will be primary LMS for Fall 2014
- Aplia (Accounting I)
- Careercruising (Junior Seminar)
- CollegeBoard (Junior Seminar)
Very often assignments are organized with currently material listed for easy access 24/7.