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TeacherPlanBook Launches, Offers Educators Ability to Collaborate Online

TeacherPlanBook has recently launched, aiming to replace the antiquated paper scheduler with a modern-day tool that allows educators to collaborate online.

The web-based application gives teachers the ability to add courses and students; plan lessons with access to state, national and Common Core standards; keep track of calls, e-mails and correspondences and share information with colleagues, students and parents.

“With the school year rolling out across the country, we are seeing an uptick in use of the TeacherPlanBook web app by educators, administrators and districts,” said Jay Condrill, chief product officer and a founder of TeacherPlanBook, in a prepared statement. The product, available on a website of the same name, allows users to try the first month free before committing to a $19.99 annual fee. The app is also available in tablet version in Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

TeacherPlanBook was created by a technology innovator and two experienced teachers. A user can create, manage and retrieve lesson plans and modify them according to the needs of students, including special needs kids.

“We’ve been receiving very positive feedback from schools and districts on the product features and planned enhancements,” said Tiffany Condrill, TeacherPlanBook chief operating officer and co-founder, in a prepared statement. “We’re looking forward to continuing to support and grow our user base throughout the 2016-17 school year.”

For more information, visit teacherplanbook.com.

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Richard Chang is associate editor of THE Journal. He can be reached at rchang@1105media.com.

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