10 Best Calendars & Planners for Teachers

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Calendars & Planners for Teachers in 2020


Blue Sky 2018-2019 Academic Year Weekly & Monthly Planner, Flexible Cover, Twin-Wire Binding, 8.5" x 11", Mahalo

Blue Sky 2018-2019 Academic Year Weekly & Monthly Planner, Flexible Cover, Twin-Wire Binding, 8.5
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • July 2018 - June 2019, featuring 12 months of monthly and weekly pages for easy year-round planning. 2 bonus monthly pages (May 2018 - June 2018) are included
  • Each month is separated with durable, coated tabs that withstand constant use throughout the year
  • Planner features full monthly view pages for each month. Separate pages with full weekly view for more detailed planning, as well as a pocket for storing receipts or important papers
  • Previous and next month reference calendar on monthly view pages for long term planning. Major holidays listed, elapsed and remaining days noted
  • Printed on high quality white paper for clean writing space

Blue Sky 2018-2019 Academic Year Teachers Monthly Desk Pad Calendar, Ruled Blocks, 22" x 17", Dots Design

Blue Sky 2018-2019 Academic Year Teachers Monthly Desk Pad Calendar, Ruled Blocks, 22
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • July 2018 - June 2019, featuring 12 months of monthly view pages for easy academic year planning that will turn staying organized into a manageable affair
  • Perfect for any home, school or office with generous writing space to organize your hectic schedule
  • Daily squares are lined for ease of writing. Major holidays are noted. Total annual days elapsed and days remaining are listed in each daily square
  • Easily removable perforated pages enable you to move onto the next month in a breeze. Pages are kept secure with clear corner protectors
  • Printed on high quality white paper for clean writing space

2019 Planner with Pen Holder - Weekly & Monthly Planner with Calendar Stickers, Inner Pocket with 24 Notes Pages, A4 Premium Thicker Paper, 8.5" x 11"

2019 Planner with Pen Holder - Weekly & Monthly Planner with Calendar Stickers, Inner Pocket with 24 Notes Pages, A4 Premium Thicker Paper, 8.5
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • OVERVIEW - One year planner for January 2019 to December 2019, featuring 12 months of monthly and weekly pages for easy year-round planning. The durable soft Faux Leather cover is environmentally friendly and soft touch, with simple and elegant design.
  • MONTHLY MANAGEMENT - Each monthly spread contains an overview of the month and a notes section, remember upcoming plans at-large with the monthly view! Keep your special dates and dream vacations top of mind for your year.
  • GUIDE EACH WEEK - Weekly spread include space to write your daily schedule, detail appointments and keep track of all days clearly with the weekly view. You can see 7 days Start with Monday to Sunday in the couple pages.
  • FEATURED - A4 Planning Pages | Soft Cover | Calendar Stickers | Reference Information | Yearly Overview | Holiday | Contacts | States, Capitals & Time Zones | Bound | Ribbon Bookmark | Inner Pocket Pouch | Julian Date| 24 Note Ruled Pages.
  • LIFETIME SUPPORT GUARANTEE - Our friendly and reliable customer service team will respond to you within 24 hours! You can purchase our products with full confidence that If you don't love it due to any quality issues, we will replace it or give you every cent back. No Questions Asked!

HARDCOVER Academic Year Planner 2018-2019 - 5.5"x8" Daily Planner/Weekly Planner/Monthly Planner/Yearly Agenda. Bonus Bookmark (Pastel Stripes)

HARDCOVER Academic Year Planner 2018-2019 - 5.5
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • 13 Month Planner (July 2018 through July 2019) w/ MONTHLY TABS
  • 2 Page Monthly Spreads followed by 2 Page Weekly Spreads
  • EXTRA STRONG HARD COVER
  • **BONUS** Matching Bookmark/Page-Finder!

Blue Sky 2018-2019 Academic Year Monthly Planner, Flexible Cover, Twin-Wire Binding, 8" x 10", Barcelona

Blue Sky 2018-2019 Academic Year Monthly Planner, Flexible Cover, Twin-Wire Binding, 8
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • July 2018 - June 2019, featuring 12 months of monthly pages for easy year-round planning. 2 bonus monthly pages (May 2018 - June 2018) are included
  • Each month is separated with durable, coated tabs that withstand constant use throughout the year
  • Planner features full monthly view pages for each month with ample writing space
  • Previous and next month reference calendar on monthly view pages for long term planning. Major holidays listed, elapsed and remaining days noted
  • Printed on high quality white paper for clean writing space

Academic Calendar - 13 Months (July 2018 - July 2019) 7" X 10" Saddle-Stitched Dated for 2018-2019 Academic Year;

Academic Calendar - 13 Months (July 2018 - July 2019) 7
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 7" x 10" Dated Academic Calendar for 13 months (July 2018 - July 2019)
  • Saddle-stitched (stapled) binding
  • Useful in scheduling meetings
  • Great organizational tool

TF Publishing 19-9244A July 2018 - June 2019 Have Fun by Hallmark Medium Weekly Monthly Planner, 6.5 x 8", Navy Blue

TF Publishing 19-9244A July 2018 - June 2019 Have Fun by Hallmark Medium Weekly Monthly Planner, 6.5 x 8
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • July 2018-june 2019
  • Wire-O binding
  • Textured, durable cover

HARDCOVER Academic Year Planner 2018-2019 - 5.5"x8" Daily Planner/Weekly Planner/Monthly Planner/Yearly Agenda. Bonus Bookmark (Colorful)

HARDCOVER Academic Year Planner 2018-2019 - 5.5
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • 13 Month Planner (July 2018 through July 2019) w/ MONTHLY TABS
  • 2 Page Monthly Spreads followed by 2 Page Weekly Spreads
  • EXTRA STRONG HARD COVER
  • **BONUS** Matching Bookmark/Page-Finder!

TF Publishing 19-8018A July 2018 - June 2019 Rainbow Dots Desk Pad Calendar, 22 x 17", Rainbow

TF Publishing 19-8018A July 2018 - June 2019 Rainbow Dots Desk Pad Calendar, 22 x 17
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • July 2018-june 2019
  • Holes for convenient hanging
  • Packaged in a Poly bag

HARDCOVER Academic Year Planner 2018-2019 - 5.5"x8" Daily Planner/Weekly Planner/Monthly Planner/Yearly Agenda. Bonus Bookmark (Bloom)

HARDCOVER Academic Year Planner 2018-2019 - 5.5
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 13 Month Planner (July 2018 through July 2019) w/ MONTHLY TABS
  • 2 Page Monthly Spreads followed by 2 Page Weekly Spreads
  • EXTRA STRONG HARD COVER
  • **BONUS** Matching Bookmark/Page-Finder!

The Facts on ADHD, is it Really Something that We Need to Be Taking so Seriously?

ADHD is only one of the many acronyms of the '90's and twenty first century parenting and education lingo. Many parents and teachers have convinced themselves that the real reason their children and students struggle so is due to this disorder.

Ms. Gallup's article was definitely a slap in the face for parents and teachers who tend blame all of their children's problems on ADHD. The article made somewhat of a mockery out of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, alluding to the fact that much of ADHD can be summed up in two words "spoiled brat."

Ms. Gallup continued to point out that the fairy tale itself left children with the message, "parents either die or are evil, and you can live happily ever after as long as you neglect your chores and hope for a fairy godmother.

The article compared children who have been diagnosed with ADHD to the famous storybook princess herself, Cinderella. Apparently, most of Cinderella's problems were due to a lack of discipline, motivation, obedience, and responsibility. Could it be that children who have been identified with ADHD may fall into the same category?

First of all, I'd like to define ADHD as well as explain the causes and effects. I will also identify many of the symptoms of this disorder as well as how it is recognized.

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is a condition characterized by inattention, hyperactivity and/or impulsivity. According to several different sources, ADHD is expressed through persistent patterns of inappropriate behavior including hyperactivity and lack of attention.

What causes ADHD? The experts reveal that there are several different causes of ADHD as well as theories. Until the 1970's, experts believed ADHD was the result of brain damage or some other disease, however, recent development has shown that the problem is more likely found within the overall chemistry of the brain. Dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin are all necessary substances that help transmit messages within the brain. If one of these substances is missing or lacking many of the symptoms of ADHD are accounted for. ()

Also, according to www.reutershealth.com, the National Institute of Mental health reached a conclusion in 1998 which identifies ADHD as a legitimate psychological condition characterized by inattention, distractibility, impulsivity, and hyperactivity often appearing before the age of 7.

Other symptoms may include; inability to hold information in short-term memory, impaired organization and planning skills, difficulty in establishing and using these goals to guide behavior, and inability to keep emotions from becoming overpowering. So far, it seems that each item on this list is certainly not innate, nor are they symptoms that cannot be dealt with.

For example, who doesn't struggle to hold information in short-term memory? Isn't it obvious that this is a skill that can be learned and practiced? Also, what child does not have initial difficulties with goal setting? Isn't this part of growing up and taking responsibility for given tasks and responsibilities? Granted, these questions may seem biased, but they are worthy of asking when considering this "disorder."

Other items include; does not follow through and fails to finish tasks, has difficulty organizing, avoids or dislikes tasks requiring sustained mental effort (who doesn't?), often fails to give close attention to detail, makes careless mistakes, often squirms when sitting, and the list goes on.

By now it seems quite obvious that most of the symptoms of ADHD can be found in pretty much any child or adult. I would dare to say that things like "attention to detail" and "goal setting" are things that are learned through consistent practice and careful instruction, as well as rewards and incentives. Perhaps the problem is not that the kids are squirming, but that they are not being disciplined the way they need to be through rewards and punishments. The solution is most likely not extra attention or easier tasks. It starts with discipline, first in the home, then in school. Why else are so many private and stricter schools so much more successful?

I could draw out each of these points much more elaborately, but the research really speaks for itself. The symptoms of ADHD may seem severe, but they are all very normal components of an average, healthy, active child. The real questions teachers and parents should be asking are not whether or not the child has ADHD. The better questions would be "How can I motivate the child to stay on task?" "How can I help the child to set realistic and reasonable goals?" "What can I have this child do so that they are not bored and squirming during school?"

Parents especially need to be monitoring carefully how much television their child is watching. Many parents are under the extremely false notion that watching television requires their child to be focused, therefore it must somehow help them to concentrate in other things areas right?

Wrong.

Television allows your child to zone out. The child becomes fixated on the bells and whistles and flashing lights and is totally unaware of the environment around them. This won't help them in school because school requires responses, creative thinking, healthy interaction, and most of all it requires them to think, while television allows their minds to coast on auto-pilot.
While ADHD may sound like an extremely legitimate disorder, (and many psychologists and experts would agree that it is) I would strongly urge parents and teachers to try dealing with the symptoms of ADHD in other ways instead of medication, including; discipline, goal setting, and physical activity and exercise to help the children respond and learn in a more healthy way.

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