The Realtime Unit Planner facilitates the development of district or teacher defined units plans, which span over the calendar of daily lesson created. Units can be comprised of multiple district-defined sections, the easy attachment of NJSLS standards and the option to attach daily lessons to the specified number of days to complete the unit. When the Sharing feature is activated, unit plans can be shared with other teachers. The approval process allows the administration to approve the unit and lessons together or separately.
Coming soon is the Curriculum Manager which will offer scope and sequencing of units onto the school calendar to create a complete curriculum picture for your school year.
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