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The Teacher's Daybook, 2010-2011 Edition: Time to Teach, Time to Learn, Time to Live Spi Edition

4.6 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
ISBN-13: 978-0325031378
ISBN-10: 0325031371
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Product Details

  • Spiral-bound: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Heinemann; Spi edition (April 13, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0325031371
  • ISBN-13: 978-0325031378
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 0.6 x 11.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,026,175 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jim Burke here! I thought I would add a bit more info on this year's Daybook. It is not a complete revision, but this 2003-04 edition does include features many (myself included) suggested after using the Daybook last year. First, it includes dates on the monthly section and a designated space on the weekly pages to indicate the date. The calendars are formatted in way more common, familiar format (Sunday to Saturday). It is also drilled to fit right into a binder. I cleaned up all errors and added a few other little improvements. Thanks for your feedback on the first one; it made a difference. I have seen a new type of plastic pocket at places like Staples that you can snap into a spiral bound notebook; you might want to check that out--I will be trying that out this year.
Enjoy the year. Enjoy the kids. Enjoy your life.
Jim
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As a new teacher this year, one of the most frustrating things was finding a way to keep my lessons together. Jim Burke's book not only gives a place to organize my lesson plans and reflect upon them, but also useful tools for every aspect of my life. There are sections that remind me to access the other parts of my life besides teacher, and sections to help focus on individual student attention. I also like that there are different sections to keep lists of administrators, substitutes, and sick days. If my book ever went missing, I would feel lost without it! Thanks for making my first year a whole lot easier!
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I used this planner for the last two school years. It has so much going for it. I used many of the suggestions included on every page. It is packed with tips and it is a very handy place to record contact numbers for school, infomation on subs, professional development hours and much more. Unfortunately, I decided not to use the planner this year because it is not set up for teachers having more than one (maybe two) preps. I had three preps the last two years, so I manually drew in lines separating each page into thirds. This year I am teaching four different classes; there is no way to make it work.

It would be extremely useful to offer this planner in a loose leaf format so that it would be adaptable for teachers with more classes to plan for.
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I used the 2006-2007 version of this planner this past year. I am a middle school teacher and feel this planner is the best one on the market. My favorite part is that it has the monthly calendar pages in the front as well as the weekly planning pages. My only wish is that the weekly planning pages would have the dates on them as the monthly calendar pages already do. This is the only planner on the market I have found that is actually dated for the year and has as much writing room. I will be buying another one for next school year.
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As an English teacher, I've relied on Jim Burke for his great books on perfecting the craft of teaching. Since the first publication of the Teacher's Daybook, I've been hooked. This book is divided up in a way that allows the user to balance out school and life. There are many useful sections such as information for substitute teachers, lesson plan templates, student surveys, and room for reflection. I highly recommend this to any teacher.
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I have been a teacher for years and can't rave enough about the new Teacher's Daybook. Simply put -- it's GREAT!!

Last year was my first time using this tool and truly, I feel that I was both better organized in the classroom and more reflective about my practices as an educator as a result of using this tool to keep my planning straight. And while there is lots of good stuff in the new Daybook, the biggest improvement for me is that there is now a section for Monthly Personal Goals (and Professional) with a monthly day-by-day calendar, too.

Last year, I was forced to use my Daybook for school and another separate planner for personal/business stuff. (Which shows you how much I like the original Daybook being that I was willing to use two planners in my life just to make sure I could use yours for my school stuff.) Now, it's all under one cover.

Truly, if you have not yet investigated this tool, go check it out. I feel like I am a better teacher because of the intelligent structure it provides for me. I LOVE IT!!!
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This is my fifth or sixth year to purchase Jim Burke's Teacher's Daybook. I simply cannot imagine having a better focused planner and in fact most of the folks on my middle school team purchase one every year as well. Yes, we have taken some ribbing in the past about our matching daybooks, but no one can complain that we lack organization. However, I do miss the "Student Focus" box which previously appeared each week asking you to make a note to yourself on which students you wanted to make sure you connected with during that week for whatever reason. This was very helpful to me, but nonetheless, the daybook is still fantastic.
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Last year I purchased the 2006-2007 day planner and found it very useful. I organized the way Burke advised--I put it into a 3-ring binder and added extra pockets for various important documents. I also added divider tabs to the different sections so that I could access them quickly. Before the school year began, I very carefully filled out the planner so that all of the important information was at my fingertips. I can't tell you how many times I was glad I did! Think of those days when you have two minutes before the bell rings, you're online to the ESD trying to reserve a film for one of your classes, and you need to find your ESD member number...grab your planner, it's right there with all of your other important numbers. Also, I take my planner home every night and I keep a copy of my students' grades, contact information, department information, etc. and I know all of it is right there and I don't have to search through files and folders or anything else.

The only con to this planner is that the lesson planning area isn't broken down into periods or classes. It would be nice to have "alternative" planning pages available for teachers who teach multiple subjects.

The website teachers can access once they purchase the planner has a variety of forms available. I plan to utilize these more this year.
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