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Possibly nothing is more valuable to a teacher than time. Effectively planning how you use your time is not just a priority – it’s a necessity. At iUgo, curriculum planning is a ‘world’ we live, eat, sleep and breathe in. In working to bring ever greater value to the world of teacher planning, we are starting a blog series that takes a deep dive into the three main areas of creating lesson and curriculum plans. Here we launch with long-term planning – also referred to as ‘scope and sequence’ planning.
The newest whānau member of Tikanga ā-Iwi has arrived! You can at last delve into Te Takanga o te Wā – Māori History, while other Wāhanga Ako are still being refreshed. The prospect of adapting to the changes can be a bit daunting, but the iUgo digital teacher planner is here to help.
The newest member of the Social Sciences family has finally been finalised! It can be a bit overwhelming, but the iUgo digital teacher planner is here to help.
“Teachables go so well with iUgo, you can instantly link resources into your planning. You don’t have to go and save the content somewhere else before uploading it to iUgo. It also saves you a lot of time from not having to type it into your planning.”
“iUgo saves a lot of time on tasks that used to take a lot of time.”
“I’d advise anyone to use iUgo. For the benefit of the whole school – from syndicate planning to team teaching, planning is far more effective.”
Planning can be overwhelming and time consuming, often spread across multiple documents, in multiple places. iUgo makes it simple, allowing you to create three documents
An increasingly common question that comes up with many teachers when they are about to implement a new program is how it will connect with