Visual Lesson Plan Templates

Create Effective Learning Experiences

Design appropriate learning activities and develop teaching strategies to engage your students during lessons.

  • Easy-to-use visual canvas for visually planning your lessons
  • Multiple professionally-designed templates for different lesson plans
  • Online whiteboard with built-in presentation tools and freehand drawing
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Visual Lesson Plan Templates
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Plan for Impactful Lessons
PLAN & VISUALIZE

Plan for Impactful Lessons

Plan for Impactful Lessons

Use table shape with advanced customizability to create and update detailed and well-organized lessons plans effortlessly.

Professionally designed lesson plan templates and course design templates to set out your lessons in minutes.

Configurable color themes and text formatting capabilities to personalize your lesson plans and highlight important information.

CAPTURE & ORGANIZE

Centralize All Your Course Content

Centralize All Your Course Content

Infinite canvas to create a record of your teaching period; centralize all lesson plans in a single location to see how your pedagogy evolves over time.

Add detailed docs, attachments, links and more to the relevant tasks and activity of your lesson plan with notes to easily locate them during lessons.

Full-version history to keep analyzing all the changes and revisions. Easily revert to a previous iteration anytime. Cross-reference with older versions to find the most optimal learning outcome.

Universal full text search to quickly locate important information in your lesson plans across Creately workspaces.

Centralize All Your Course Content
Collaborate with Colleagues & Students, Anytime, Anywhere
COLLABORATE

Collaborate with Colleagues & Students, Anytime, Anywhere

Collaborate with Colleagues & Students, Anytime, Anywhere

Real-time cursors for any number of participants. Collaborate with students or colleagues on a shared canvas.

Video conferencing baked into the platform to feel like you are in the same room during online classes.

Comment with context. Full comment threads and discussions for async collaboration to streamline giving students feedback or obtaining feedback from them.

Multiple access and role levels to quickly share the lesson plan with your colleagues or students to refer to; use a quick email or a link.

EXECUTE

Achieve Better Learning Outcomes

Achieve Better Learning Outcomes

Interactive online whiteboard with freehand drawing to facilitate teaching and classroom discussions.

Built-in tools to organize content and create interactive and dynamic presentations, graphic organizers, and more for classroom activities.

Multiple app integrations to help you import and export data across different learning management systems and platforms.

Over 50 types of diagrams spanning across different subjects; concept maps, dichotomous keys, food webs, flowcharts, UML diagrams, and more.

Powerful documentation capabilities to document information on courses, student performance, and academic endeavors.

Achieve Better Learning Outcomes

What Is a Lesson Plan?

A lesson plan is a guide that details a teacher’s objectives for what the students will accomplish in the lesson planned. It includes setting goals, developing activities and figuring out the resources needed to carry out the lesson. Developing lesson plans require a lot of time, dedication and understanding of the students and their needs.

How to Create a Lesson Plan?

  • Before writing your lesson plan, get to know your students. Identify their learning styles and incorporate them throughout the lesson.
  • Create a student profile listing their needs, goals, challenges, etc. You can use that information to adjust your lesson plan as necessary.
  • Make a lesson plan template that meets your requirements and that you can quickly edit. You can choose one from a range of Creately lesson plan templates.
  • Define learning outcomes and objectives of the lesson on the template. This will help you decide what you want your students to take away from the lesson.
  • Based on what the students already know, outline the main topics you wish to discuss during the lesson with your students.
  • Plan your lesson in sections that you can speed up or slow down according to the changes that may happen during the class.
  • Create a timeline to show how each section would span over the period of the lesson. You can give a small description of each section.
  • Embed the lesson plan created on your school’s internal website or share them with others so they can easily access it.