Looking for a way to organise your University schedule and workload in 2019 and beyond? This pretty and practical University semester planner contains 99 pages (up to 14 university weeks) of organisation, planning and reflection templates to help you stay on track this year. Don't need that many pages? The best part about this resource is that it is an editable PowerPoint, meaning you can customise and add your own pages before printing, or go paperless and keep a digital planner :) keep reading below to find out more about this awesome resource!
the planner is in a PowerPoint format, so ensure you have the correct software before purchasing. The editable parts of the planner have been formatted with 'Arial' font to suit both Mac and Windows, but you can edit this font dependent on the fonts you have on your own device. You are also able to edit/delete the tables and slides in the PowerPoint to customise and suit your particular context. Please also note that all costs associated with printing the planner are the buyer's responsibility. Some inexpensive printing and binding options may be printing in black and white, using your planner in its digital form without printing or storing your planner pages in a file instead of binding. It is recommended that the planner is printed double-sided.
As always, questions and feedback are most welcome! feel free to message me directly on TPT or on instagram: @teaching_misstaylor
Thank YOU! :)
xo Miss Taylor
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