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iDoceo 3 lesson planner demystified at Mrs. Beattie's Classroom! Learn how to move beyond just using the gradebook! Add classes and complete lesson planning as well! (iDoceo 4 posts now on the blog!)
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iDoceo Planner Demystified!

iDoceo 3 lesson planner demystified at Mrs. Beattie's Classroom! Learn how to move beyond just using the gradebook! Add classes and complete lesson planning as well! (iDoceo 4 posts now on the blog!)

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom is the blog of a Canadian elementary classroom teacher sharing teaching strategies, resources and freebies!

iDoceo 4 Tips and Tricks - Setting Up Classes

If you're anything like me, you have a love-hate relationship with technology. I LOVE that it can make my life easier, but sometimes the learning curve when starting out with a new program or device can be a turn-off. One of the best finds I've made since purchasing my iPad is iDoceo. I am in no way affiliated with the company that created it, nor am I being compensated in any way for these posts, I'm just interested in helping other teachers make their job a tiny bit easier. You can find…

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom is the blog of a Canadian elementary classroom teacher sharing teaching strategies, resources and freebies!

iDoceo Tips and Tricks - Setting Your Day Cycle and Planning

I'll be honest - this is the part that I find most frustrating. Don't run... it is TOTALLY worth setting this up. iDoceo is a fantastic planner with lots of great features. Just take a little piece of advice: Take. Your. Time. Don't try to do this in the five minutes you have to spare at the end of your lunch break. If you don't have the time to set it up now, scroll to the bottom of the post and PIN the image for later! You can find Part One: Setting Up Classes HERE, Part Two: Entering…

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom is the blog of a Canadian elementary classroom teacher sharing teaching strategies, resources and freebies!

iDoceo Tips and Tricks - Setting Up Your Schedule

You can find Part One: Setting Up Classes HERE and Part Two: Entering Students HERE. Now that you have your classes and students entered you need to begin setting up the planner. The best way to proceed is to enter the time lines of your school day. Click on the "Schedule" tab and select "Time lines" to do this. This menu will allow you to add the start times for your various subjects. I don't necessarily adhere to the formal times that denote our period changes, but rather the start and end…

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom is the blog of a Canadian elementary classroom teacher sharing teaching strategies, resources and freebies!

iDoceo 4 Tips and Tricks - Entering Students

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom helps overworked teachers create engaging, differentiated classrooms without sacrificing their personal and family lives.

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom is the blog of a Canadian elementary classroom teacher sharing teaching strategies, resources and freebies!

iDoceo Tips and Tricks - Managing Student Data

Here are the previous posts in this series: Part One: Setting Up Classes Part Two: Entering Students Part Three: Setting Up Your Schedule Part Four: Setting Up The Calendar Part Five: Setting Your Day Cycle The possibilities for tracking data with the iDoceo app are nearly endless! From entering anecdotal notes to icons to letter or number grades, you can customize this to suit the needs of any classroom at any level. I'm going to share a few tips and tricks, but you'll do the most learning…

Mrs. Beattie's Classroom is the blog of a Canadian elementary classroom teacher sharing teaching strategies, resources and freebies!

iDoceo Tips and Tricks - Setting Up The Calendar

You can find Part One: Setting Up Classes HERE, Part Two: Entering Students HERE and Part Three: Setting Up Your Schedule HERE. In this post, I'll help you set up your school year calendar so that you can easily set up your planner. In my school board, we run on a DAY cycle, meaning that on a Monday I don't necessarily teach the same things every week. We rotate through Day 1 to 5 instead. It is set up this way so that we don't always miss the same subjects (and planning times!) on a Monday…