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Digital Lesson Planning | Teacher Tips with Meg | Teacher Vlog

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We are living in the digital age. I know some people love putting pencil to paper, but it is time to save your sanity...and your hand from cramping. Let me walk you through my digital lesson plan templates as well as share some easy tips and tricks to help you get started with planning digitally. Trust me, it is a life saver! Digital Lesson plan templates: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Google-Doc-Bundled-Lesson-Plan-Templates-Growing-2561922 Find me on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/megscrayons/ Facebooks https://www.facebook.com/MegsCrayons/ Website: https://megscrayons.com/
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Diann Vera (2 months ago)
You are really calling your special education department your "sped" team? In my part of the world, that is very derogatory. Loved everything else in your video though.
DarkBelle (3 months ago)
Really enjoyed listening and watching your template demo. It wasn't boring, your product is flexible, and you made a sale!
Gina DeCianni (4 months ago)
Super helpful! Thanks
Val_ Esthela (4 months ago)
Hilarious 🤣 thanks for sharing
Harvey (4 months ago)
hey MEG!! COOL VIDEO
Caitlyn Whipple (5 months ago)
I love google docs for my class! Great vid. Thanks for the tips :)
Tyler Adams (5 months ago)
This was fabulous and super helpful! I've been using powerpoint for creating my lessons so that I can see the pages on the side and to keep using my cute fonts! But on the flip side I miss out on being able to access my plans from anywhere and I couldn't share them as easily. The document outline you showed is a game changer though and that will help me feel much more organized!! Side note- you can get cute fonts for Google Docs by getting the add-on Extensis Fonts for FREEEEE. But I loved this video and I love your attitude and hint of sass. I'm currently going to go follow you on social media so I can know more cool tricks. Thanks :)
Jasmine Joseph (7 months ago)
Loved you 30 seconds in! Lol thank you so much!
csmitheles (10 months ago)
Love your videos!! I just found you through YouTube and ummm.... you're the bomb.com!
Kathleen Oldewurtel (11 months ago)
Thank you so much for sharing this video. I find it very helpful the way you showed how to do different things on docs.
Ms Veligor (11 months ago)
Meg, thanks so much for sharing! I have been doing digital lessson plans since I started teaching...14 years! However, I just used MSWord until my district started implementing Google. This is where I really took off. I link math lessons, I've taught myself to do a lot, but I didn't know about the outline. I always just type over my previous lessons. Now I plan on making monthly folders so that I can refer to my plans any time I need to. I have shared my lessons with my teammates and administration, but it is not a requirement as of now. You're motivating, funny, and a breath of fresh air. Thank you.
Wendy Madden (1 year ago)
I just recently found you through Pocketful of Primary. I love how easy you make everything sound and how real you are.
Meg's Crayons (1 year ago)
Thank you! I am so glad you are here!
mrslibraryann (1 year ago)
Thanks...your energy is contagious!
Michelle Arnaud (1 year ago)
I do both written and and digital, in case something happens with the digital plans. It saves my sanity.
read'n'bloom (1 year ago)
lol who's handwriting lesson plans? 😂😂😂 Love your videos! Super funny!
KittyStarr10 (1 year ago)
Thanks for your help and I learned a lot about digital lesson planning so that I can create my own lesson plans in the future
Jackie Fanson (1 year ago)
Thanks so much for the tips! Learned a lot! I appreciate all that you do and all that you share! 😀👍🏻💕😍

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