I love UDL Exchange, which allows you to build Common Core aligned lessons but also prompts users to consider the variability of the class and plan for differences in the groups. It creates a really nice print out for evaluations and there are already many lessons shared that you can use for inspiration. Signing up is free. Check it out: http://udlexchange.cast.org/home
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I am trying this online planner
It is easy, free, and you can choose standards to put right in your plans. It is easy to access and you can you attach documents and websites. The tech support is very prompt and friendly.The only problem is I can't print it in a concise way to refer to when I need to see it on paper. ( Sometimes I like to be able to look at it when I am teaching without having to access my computer.)
I love commoncurriculum.com, too. You can print in a concise format if you first click download (this opens in .rtf) and then print.
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