Lesson planning feature for Teachers

February 17, 2022

One of the best things about the Edves portal is that It allows teachers to go the extra mile for their students…allowing them to connect new knowledge to previous ones as they are received by their students. This way, teachers can easily and securely link new lessons with past lessons, guaranteeing availability of adequate materials needed for that lesson and a defined assessment for a particular class. 

  

Therefore, as a teacher aiming for effectiveness, here is a list of awesome things you can do when planning lessons for your students.

To save you the stress, we have broken down the process into simple and easy steps with each step building on the next.

Ready to know how it works? Here we go…


1.  [Creating a Lesson Plan

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “Create Lesson Plan” 

• Select the Subject 

• Input the “Topic” 

• Select the Class/Grade 

• Wait for the Google content of the topic to load and tick ‘content’ if you wish

• Click on “Proceed’’.

• Input “Sub-topic” 

• Select “Curriculum” 

• Input “Date” 

• Enter your note 

• Select Supervisor 

• On the column for “Copy colleagues”, select any colleague you would like to copy 

• Click on “Save & submit” 


2. [Editing a Lesson Plan

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “My lesson Plan(s)” 

• Scroll to the lesson plan you would like to edit 

• Click on the “Edit” button 

• Edit the lesson plan 

• Click on “Save & submit” 


3. [Attaching Students’ notes when creating lesson plans

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “Create Lesson Plan” 

• Select the “Subject” 

• Input the “Topic” 

• Select the “Class/Grade” 

• Wait for Google content of the topic to load and tick a content you desire

• Click on “Proceed” 

• Input “Sub-topic” 

• Select “Curriculum” 

• Input “Date” 

• Enter your note 

• Attach Students’ copy 

• Select Supervisor 

• On the column for “Copy colleagues”, select any colleague you would like to copy 

• Click on “Save & submit


4. [Viewing Lesson Notes already created

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan Template 

• Input the Name of the Template 

• Select “Yes” or “No” to make it a default template 

• Create the Template to be used as default 

• Click on “Submit” 


5. [After creating a lesson plan, can it be approved? The answer is yes and this is how

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “My lesson Plan(s)” 

• Scroll to the lesson plan to be approved 

• Click on the “Edit” button 

• Click on ‘‘approve this note”

 

6. [To Copy and Paste an already drafted Lesson Plan

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “Create Lesson Plan” 

• Select the “Subject” 

• Input the “Topic” 

• Select the “Class/Grade” 

• Wait for Google content of the topic to load and tick a content you desire 

• Click on “Proceed” 

• Input “Sub-topic” 

• Select “Curriculum” 

• Input “Date” 

• Copy contents drafted and paste in the processor provided on the portal 

• Attach Students’ copy 

• Select Supervisor 

• On the column for “Copy colleagues”, select any colleague you would like to copy 

• Click on “Save & submit” 


7. [To Add Color to the Text/ Background of your plan

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “Create Lesson Plan” 

• Select the “Subject” 

• Input the “Topic” 

• Select the “Class/Grade” 

• Wait for Google content of the topic to load and tick a content you desire 

• Click on “Proceed” 

• Input “Sub-topic” 

• Select “Curriculum” 

• Input “Date” 

• Enter your note 

• Highlight the text or click on the background 


• Click on the “text Color” icon or “Background Color” icon 

• Select Color 

• Attach Students’ copy 

• Select Supervisor 

• On the column for “Copy colleagues”, select any colleague you would like to copy 

• Click on “Save & submit” 



8. [To Attach an Image

• Go to “Academics” 

• Click on “Lesson Plan” 

• Click on “Create Lesson Plan” 

• Select the “Subject” 

• Input the “Topic” 

• Select the “Class/Grade” 

• Wait for Google content of the topic to load and tick a content you desire 

• Click on “Proceed” 

• Input “Sub-topic” 

• Select “Curriculum” 

• Input “Date” 

• Enter your note 

• Copy the image address online 

• Click on “Insert” and “Image” 

• Copy the image address in the “Source” field 

• Enter the image description 

• Click “OK” 

• Attach Students’ copy  

• Select Supervisor 

• On the column for “Copy colleagues” select any colleague you would like to copy 

• Click on “Save & submit”


There you have it. Remember, constant practice leads to perfection.

Keep practicing these steps regularly and use them to educate your team and colleagues too.


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