I debated whether to share my lesson plan book with you because I know no one in the world will have a schedule like mine.
But, it is a great idea inspired by a friend, so I decided to do a tutorial so you could learn how to make one for yourself. Once you know how to insert and manipulate tables in PowerPoint, you are good to go. I use PowerPoint rather than word for a lot because it is easier to move things around.
I make tables all the time in PowerPoint. In the last week I’ve made schedules, forms for my team, classroom library check out forms, a weekly behavior report, class lists, and sign up sheets for back to school night. I’ve also used it to make worksheets in the past.
|Just a little form to check out my books.
(They get to go to the school library too.)
I actually made a 28 page document full of our schools very complicated schedules. I plan not to be the one to do this in the future. I’m officially retiring from being the scheduling guru. In the future, I’ll send our new VP here to learn how to do it. So, hi Justin. 🙂
This is my first screen capture tutorial.
Disclaimer: I do know the difference between column and row despite the fact that I said column constantly in the video. Also, I’m sorry I was practically whispering. It was a bit weird to be alone in a room talking to a computer.
I hope you found that helpful. If you have requests for other things you’d like to learn, let me know.