Articles & Updates

Teacher planning

Teacher planning for subject or learning areas

This is the second in a three-part series on how to use iUgo to be more effective with your teacher planning. Having covered Long Term Planning, here we drill down into how to translate those goals into actionable unit plans (programs) for subject or learning areas, and save a whole lot of time as you do so.

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Long-term planning

What teachers need to know about long-term planning

Effectively planning how you use your time is not just a priority – it’s a necessity. In this new blog series we look at 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.

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Te Marautanga o Aotearoa planning update

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.

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Wayne-Widdowson

Structured, time-saving planning with iUgo

Wayne Widdowson of Henderson Primary School in Auckland knows that one of the keys to teaching success is learning how to organise your day. Since he found iUgo his planning has become easy, structured and saves him tons of time to be able to do other teaching tasks.

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Nathan Collie

School-wide lesson planning and collaboration

The team at St Patricks, Invercargill, were looking to shift away from paper planning back in 2015. Nathan Collie was the first to discover iUgo and learnt how to effectively plan online. Since then, the whole teaching team have signed up to iUgo

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