In QuickSchools we have two different options when it comes to Lesson Plans tracking.
The newer version is our Subject-Based Lesson Plans app which allows you to create lesson plans that are directly linked to subjects. Our normal Lesson Plans under the Athena plan allows you to create Lesson Plan Sets, which can be applied to multiple subjects across different semesters.
To learn more about the differences to find out which is best for you, check out the table below:
|Lesson Plan (Athena Plan)||Subject-Based Lesson Plans (App)|
|You have to create a Lesson Plan Set first, and then apply it to a subject. You can re-apply the same lesson plan set to multiple subjects across different academic terms.||You simply select a subject, and the Lesson Plan Set is already created. When you select a different subject, you get a different Lesson Plan Set.|
|When you move to a new academic term/year, you can re-use the same Lesson Plan Set, and apply it to the new subject.||When you move to a new academic term/year, the old Lesson Plans are automatically archived, and you get a new (empty) Lesson Plan Set for the new term (similar to getting a new Gradebook for every term).|
|Lesson Plan Sets are always private, and are not shared with parents / students (EXCEPT when you post homework assignments to the Homework module)||Lesson Plans can be shared with parents / students (just like Gradebook and Homework can be shared with parents and students)|
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