*Update* - I think I might be making another lesson plan change. Check out the first comment on this post. The website is amazing.
I'm a pencil and paper kind of gal. So, when I made the switch from writing my lesson on paper to google docs, it was a big change for me. In my district we are/were required to hand in a week's worth of lesson plans each Friday for the following week. My problem with this is that I don't know what I'm doing from one day to the next. This type of planning doesn't work well with formative assessment. If the students need more time (or less time) for a particular topic, then the lesson plans need to change. This resulted in a huge waste of my time, writing lesson plans that never came to fruition. I decided to start writing my lesson plans on google doc and share those lesson with my administrators.
I can edit quickly (I can type faster than I write). I can include links to website that I will need for that lesson. I also include a reflection after the fact that will help in my planning next year.
My initial thought was to just tell you about this, but I feel that I should share it with you as well, warts and all. Please don't judge me on my spelling or grammar.
Here it is.