Allow teachers and trainers to submit their lesson plans with this lesson plan form. You can manage all plans in the data table and use email notifications to receive each lesson plan in your inbox.

Customize template

Teachers shouldn’t have to start new lesson plans from scratch. Instead, administrators can use our online lesson plan form template to help teachers develop their curriculum. Simply copy our template and customize lesson plan fields such as standards met, general goals, specific objectives, required materials, step-by-step procedures and more. Without writing any code, you can customize single- or multiple-choice fields, enable image uploads and more. Our lesson plan template includes everything you need to help teachers write a great lesson plan.

Publish template

No matter how your teachers like to work, we make it easy to publish your lesson plan format in a way that’s convenient for them. Whether you use Blogger, Joomla, WordPress or another system to manage your school website or track your curricula, we can help securely publish your custom lesson plan form. Or, just email a link to the lesson plan form so that teachers can easily fill it out. The form is mobile friendly so it’s easy for busy teachers to submit lesson plans on the go.

Collect & manage data

It’s simple for administrators to collect, review and keep track of lesson plan submissions. Indeed, you can review plans in an online dashboard, send plans to Google Drive, Dropbox or other document management systems. Or rather export them to Excel, CSV or PDF files for review. No matter how your school works, we can work with you to enable easy, secure submission and review of lesson plans.

Optimize your flow

Teachers should be able to focus on students, not workflow. Make it easy for teachers to submit lesson plans for timely review with a digital lesson plan template form and an optimized workflow with email or text alerts. Find out right away when a teacher submits a lesson plan enables quick and effective review, so teachers can keep moving forward and students can learn.