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Use Explore Explain Apply to plan remote learning lessons

use explore explain apply to plan remote learning lessons (1)

10 tips for lesson planning writer’s block

10 tips for lesson planning writer's block (1)

10 awesome lesson planning tips from the #Ditchbook community

10 awesome lesson planning tips from the Ditchbook community

3 powerful lesson plan templates – and how to make your own

3 powerful lesson plan templates – and how to make your own

1 quick protocol to get your lesson plans organized

1 quick protocol to get your lesson plans organized

4 frameworks to level up your lesson planning

4 frameworks to level up your lesson planning

LessonCraft: A 5-step process to building solid lessons

LessonCraft: A 5-step process to building solid lessons

60 tips to spark creative lesson ideas

60 tips to spark creative lesson ideas

Remixing traditional lessons with tech: a framework you can use

Remixing traditional lessons with tech: a framework you can use

10 ways to generate great lesson ideas

10 ways to generate great lesson ideas

The Magic Automatic Lesson Planner with Google Forms

The Magic Automatic Lesson Planner with Google Forms

A framework for creating wildly engaging lessons

A framework for creating wildly engaging lessons

​The Ditch That Textbook Lesson Plan Book!

Combines a flexible design with TONS of resources to level up your lesson plan game.

Lesson Planning Videos

Easy and effective: Introducing the Ditch That Textbook Lesson Plan Book


10 ways to generate lesson ideas


Four frameworks to level up your lesson planning


One quick protocol to get your lesson plans organized

Ditch That Textbook Podcast Episodes

106: How does storytelling fit in your lesson?

We used to use cassette tapes to record our favorite songs on "mixtapes" that we'd listen to over and over again. (At least I did.) Instructional coach Stephanie DeMichele suggests that we "mixtape" our instruction! She offers a framework for doing it, too.


105: How to "mixtape" your curriculum, 80's style!

We used to use cassette tapes to record our favorite songs on "mixtapes" that we'd listen to over and over again. (At least I did.) Instructional coach Stephanie DeMichele suggests that we "mixtape" our instruction! She offers a framework for doing it, too.


098: Solid gold lesson planning ideas

Good teaching practices should be at the heart of what we do, and it's definitely at the heart of the HyperDocs framework. Sean Fahey (@SEANJFAHEY) and Karly Moura (@KarlyMoura) took that powerful framework and shared examples of how it could be spread to many areas of instruction with digital tools. Check it out!

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