Electronic Sticky Notes to Organize Planning

I am very fortunate to work with many specialists in my fourth grade classroom.  I have students who leave for reading, special ed., speech, and gifted programs.  I also have two Intervention Specialists and the Speech Pathologist in my room for inclusion.  In addition, I have several students who are members of our school-wide leadership program.  This program does involve students leaving my room from time to time.

Today, I would like to share a lifesaver when it comes to keeping track of schedules while planning lessons.

This post shows how you can use Electronic Sticky Notes to help keep your schedule organized.

I added the Sticky Note app to my Chrome account.  Creating sticky notes was super easy.  Since I use Planbook.com for my lesson plans, I just pull up the sticky notes when I am typing in my plans. This helps me make sure no student misses critical instruction.

When I am planning, I can have the sticky notes in the background or directly on my planbook page.  (The schedule is real, but the names are changed.)

This post shows how you can use Electronic Sticky Notes to help keep your schedule organized.

This method has worked so much better than anything else I have tried.  The best part is that I can open the notes from any computer as long as I am logged into my Chrome account.  I always open them first thing in the morning, so students can have a reminder for times they may be leaving the room.  

Have you tried electronic sticky notes?  I'd love to hear how you use them.  

Thank you!

Mary

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