The OnCourse Lesson Planner is unique in its high-impact approach of:

The WIPPEA Model, an acronym that stands for Warm-up,
Introduction, Presentation, Practice, Evaluation, Application, is
a lesson plan model that represents a continuous teaching
cycle in which each learning concept builds on the previous
one, serving as an instructional roadmap for instructors. The
WIPPEA lesson plan model is adapted from the work of Hunter
(Hunter, 1982). This six-step cyclical lesson planning approach
has learners demonstrate mastery of concepts and content
at each step before the instructor proceeds to the next step.
In the following list, TEAL Center suggestions for incorporating
each of these elements are included in italics.

The OnCourse Lesson Planner is unique in its high-impact approach of:

Strategies for Effective Lesson Planning | CRLT

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas

Teachers can create a multimedia classroom website, where students and parents can access homework, resources, and information that posts automatically from the teacher’s Lesson Planner.

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas Dr

Administrators can use the Lesson Planner Reviewer at a desk or on a mobile device for evaluating lesson plans and sending narrative feedback.

Watch the presentations below to find out more about Lesson Planning from Dr. B! (Video 1: 7:47; Video 2: 9:45)
Several of our Program Directors have developed lesson plan templates to implement their programs and engage their instructors more fully in the planning process. Others have expressed a desire for such tools to bridge the curriculum plan to their daily lesson planning. In response to this need, STARTALK Central has developed the following lesson planning materials to assist the lesson planning process. Below, we provide a lesson plan template for you to use in your program. Use of this template is not required; feel free to use your own.STARTALK has also developed a list of endorsed Principles and Characteristics of Effective Language Learning which should also be incorporated in lesson planning.Lesson planning helps ensure that classroom instruction aligns with curriculum goals and objectives and therefore enables students to demonstrate their successful learning on unit or curricular assessments.I have tried so many ways of lesson planning in 25 years of teaching, but nothing has ever been as effective or time saving as PlanbookEdu. I found this miraculous site about 2 months ago and I can't believe the difference it has already made in my life.Planning ahead to identify a course of action that can
effectively reach goals and objectives is an important first
step in any process, and education is no exception. In
education, the planning tool is the lesson plan, which is a
detailed description of an instructor’s course of instruction
for an individual lesson intended to help learners achieve a
particular learning objective. Lesson plans communicate to
learners what they will learn and how they will be assessed,
and they help instructors organize content, materials, time,
instructional strategies, and assistance in the classroom.
Lesson planning helps English as a second language (ESL),
adult basic education (ABE), adult secondary education (ASE),
and other instructors create a smooth instructional flow and
scaffold instruction for learners. Barroso, K., & Pon, S. (2005). Effective lesson planning,
A facilitator’s guide
. Sacramento, CA: California Adult
Literacy Professional Development Project, American
Institutes for Research.
The Lesson Planner interface resembles a traditional block lesson-planning book, but is host to a range of helpful features, such as:

Lesson Planner - OnCourse Systems for Education

I would say that lesson planning is a major contributor to my constant sense of burnout. I honestly don't know how long I can continue to teach because it seems that the workload only gets heavier—not lighter—with each passing year. But I also realize there are no shortcuts for being ready.

The Lesson Planner interface resembles a traditional block lesson-planning book, but is host to a range of helpful features, such as:

Lesson Planning Articles | Lesson Planet

In addition to the FREE resources available for lesson planning, our Platinum Membership enables teachers to custom design instructional materials to support student learning. A extended variety of subject areas are available for our members to create tailor made activities. The following link will take you to the our Platinum Membership Area that highlights the benefits of this service (just follow the instructions):

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What would you say is the hardest part of teaching? For me, it is lesson planning. It takes me on average six hours a week to plan instruction for the nine science units I teach each year.