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Teachers spend substantial amount of time in planning daily and weekly. Unit planning allows teachers to reduce the weekly and daily planning time substantially by covering fundamental pieces at the beginning of the unit. Take this course to understand more about Unit plans and how to create them.

Course Overview:

A Unit plan gives, both, the teachers and students, a blueprint of learning for an entire unit. This benefits the teacher by reducing the daily workload as it allows them to better prioritise and plan their time as they have a zoomed out lens of what the unit is going to look like.It benefits the students by giving them a clear picture of what is expected of them. These benefits come to together to create effective learning.

This course will help teachersby:-

  • Providing a bridge that connects the plan for teaching the whole year (LTP) with weekly plan.
  • Making SVS integration possible for the classroom at a longer interval than just at a weekly or lesson level.
  • Creating better student Investment in the classroom by creating excitement among the students for the unit Performance Task.

Thank you for embarking on this journey. For an effective learning experience, please switch off any notifications, use a notebook to write down your learning and questions as you take the course.


This course meets the following standards:

1. Teaching as Leadership(TAL):

  • B-1 Develop standards- aligned, measurable, ambitious and feasible goals that will dramatically increase students’ opportunities in life   
  • P-2 Backwards- plan by breaking down longer-term goals into bundles of objectives and mapping them across the school year (in a long- term plan and unit plans)   
  • E-6 Evaluate and keep track of students' performance on assessments so that the teacher and students are aware of students' progress on academic, behavioral and investment goals           
  • C-6 After a cycle of data collection, reflection and learning, adjust course (of big goals, investment strategies, planning,execution and/or relentlessness) as necessary to maximize effectiveness

 2. CENTA:

  • CD.3.1a: Knowledge of different types of planning resources and the process for creating each.
  • CD.3.2a: Ability to create a lesson plan/ text book chapter considering the learning objective and the classroom context.
  • CD.2.2c: Ability to use pedagogical methods that can build broader problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Course Duration in Hours: Approx. 2-3 hours
Skill Level: Beginner
Certificate On Mail: Yes

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