As we gear up for back-to-school we want to make sure our teachers and students are prepared to take on a new school year! We’re going back to the basics and sharing our favorite things about our Teacher Layout and what makes it the best teacher planner (if we do say so ourselves!). Plus, we’re giving a little peek inside at how we created the NEW Student Study Habits Layout (and why we’re obsessed with it).
Schedule lesson plans, keep track of classroom activities, and overall get more organized this school year. Our teacher planners also come in a variety of themes! Choose the best teacher planner for your style and find something that will bring you a little extra happiness every day.
WHY WE LOVE IT…
1. DATED FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR
If you need a dedicated planner just for the school year, these dated August 2022-July 2023 teacher planners are what you need. Get a fresh start and start your planner right when school is back in session!
2. MONDAY-FRIDAY LAYOUT
These weekly layouts feature school days only which gives you more space to plan your week. Optimize the ample space by writing down your lesson plans and staying on top of your schedule.
3. HORIZONTAL BOX SPACES
Use the 7 daily horizontal boxed spaces to divide your subjects, periods, or courses. Write your lesson plans, classroom activities, and daily to-dos!
Flip to the back of the planner for pages of checklists! These classroom checklists are just what you need to keep track of all your students’ grades, assignments, projects and more.
This year, we introduced our new student layout, Study Habits. This student planner layout is geared toward our high school and college students. The goal of this layout is to help students learn to plan, prioritize, and really build better habits that will be beneficial in the future.
What this layout will help you do…
PRIORITIZE AND ORGANIZE Get on track with assignments, exams, and school activities.
MANAGE AND SCHEDULE Learn best practices for managing your class schedule.
IMPROVE STUDY HABITS Create better habits and transform the way you learn!
THE POINT METHOD
This planner was formulated around the POINT method for learning. We worked with a licensed psychologist who specializes in student learning and child development to create this student planner layout.
Each month begins with planning pages with sections dedicated to the POINT method. There is also a monthly checklist page to help prioritize and keep track of due dates.
WHAT DOES IT STAND FOR?
PLAN: List which projects take priority this month.
ORGANIZE: Maximize your efficiency, prioritize, and schedule your time.
INITIATE: Write down ways that can help you start strong.
NOTE TO SELF: Check in to see if what you are doing is working.
TRACK & EVALUATE: What worked to help you succeed?
Filling out these pages each month will mentally prepare students to focus on what’s important and allow them to analyze and figure out a learning and initiation process that works best for them. As they build better study habits, they will learn better practices of prioritization that will be beneficial for their future.
- Hourly vertical layout runs from 7am-9pm
- Open section at the bottom of each column for additional notes
- Focus on goal planning with the dedicated space
- Use the weekly tracker to note activities or track habits
This concludes our lesson in back-to-school basics! Whether you’re a teacher or student, we hope you find the best teacher planner that works for you this school year, and if you’re a student give our new Study Habits layout a try!. Don’t forget to follow us on social @the_happy_planner for more back-to-school planning tips! Cheers to the new year!