Even though the world has gone digital, nothing beats pen and paper!
Fun fact: Scientific American reports that students who take handwritten notes learn more than students taking notes on laptops!
Teacher Lesson Plans Still Depend on Pen and Paper
Texas teacher Devan Bremm Livesay has been using her Teacher Lesson Planner for five years and loves writing by hand.
“We have to turn in lesson plans electronically, but I use my planner to write down rough outlines of my plans. Paper and pen have always helped me remember things better,” she says.
Kids should write by hand as well! Handwriting helps students come up with new ideas and learn more.
Even better, writing by hand also helps improve our memory.
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“The EC TLP [Erin Condren Teacher Lesson Planner] truly makes lesson planning enjoyable! The lesson planner & accessories inspire me to add that extra splash of color into my teaching.”
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For more planning & organization tips, enjoy Onzie’s Tips on Having a Productive, Organized Day!