Planning Faux Pas

Two weeks ago when planing my lessons for remote learning, I found I was struggling to keep all the necessary dates and lessons organised in my head. As my lesson planner is locked away in my classroom at school, I decided to create a table in my bullet journal to help me organise all the learning experiences I had created for my students. The plan was meant to help me keep on top of things as I worked on lessons for the month.

Imagine my chagrin when I realised yesterday afternoon that this weekend was the Easter weekend! Staying at home has meant that the days seem to merge with one another and weekends seem to have no meaning. Luckily I realised my error before Friday this week so all it took to correct my plan was a few red lines to cross out activities as well as some arrows to move tasks to another day. Changing the dates for the scheduled posts on my online classroom was also a quick fix.

As I work on my planning for the rest of next week, I smile to myself as I think of the panic I averted caused by my forgetfulness.

Did you forget that Easter was this weekend?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to Becky’s Square Challenge. During the month of April, we are challenged to share photos featuring #squaretops)

10 thoughts on “Planning Faux Pas

  1. Easter was firmly fixed n my head, Colline, because of my planned visit to my son, but I’m glad you had an easy fix, and you’re now ahead of the game. Have a peaceful and happy Easter with your family 🙂 🙂


  2. It seems that everyone is sharing stories of forgetting days and times, as everything blends into another “quarantine at home”…I woke up the other day and thought it was Friday – it was Tuesday!


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