Today I'm organizing all of my digital resources so that I can feel prepared for the upcoming school year. Now that my office is officially decluttered, it's time to tackle the real black hole, my macbook!
Do you feel like all of your materials, resources, etc... just fall into a black hole stored somewhere on your C drive? I know I do. Between my external hard drive, my icloud, google drive, and my actual mac, I have materials floating around everywhere. I don't even know how many folders I have labeled "Sort" on my mac, that literally have never been sorted. I tried to do that tags, and that worked well for awhile, until I had so many tags I was overwhelmed with all the categories.
So today I decided to add a tab to my scope and sequence, and upload the files I actually use to my google drive so that I can link to them easily!
This is last years Table of Contents, which I'm using as a reference for what I'll be doing this year. I always do mine in Google Docs and link it for my students so that they can see all the changes immediately, and get caught up at home if they are behind in writing their own TOC.
Want to do some digital planning of your own? Check out my free Digital Scope and Sequence resource on TpT!
What are you doing on this lovely Wednesday?