Rearranging Lesson Plans (Pushing, Pulling, Pinning and Redoing)

Created by Alex Robinson, Modified on Sat, 26 Aug 2023 at 01:00 PM by Alex Robinson

We understand that during the term some lessons do not run as expected. Thus, we have created multiple ways for you to be able to rearrange your lesson plans. The four methods used to manage the arrangement of your lesson plans are: pushing, pulling, pinning and redoing. We will look at each approach in turn.



Pushing


Pushing a lesson plan will move the current lesson plan to the next lesson for that class. Any future lessons which have a scheduled lesson plan in them will also move one lesson forward until a lesson without a scheduled lesson plan is reached or the end of the academic year is reached. Note, if the end of the academic year is reached the last lesson becomes unscheduled and can be located from the lesson bank.



Pulling


Pulling a lesson plan will move the lesson plan from the next lesson to the current lesson. Alike with pushing, all future lesson plans will also move one lesson earlier until a lesson without a scheduled lesson plan is reached.



Pinning


Pinning allows you to pin a lesson plan to a particular lesson so that it always stays in that specified lesson. This means the lesson plan is not affected by any pushing or pulling happing within the class. This is useful for joint lessons, test lessons etc.





Redoing


This is similar to pushing, however, in this scenario the current lesson plan is duplicated to the next lesson with the class. Note, pushing leaves the current lesson blank whereas redoing does not affect the current lesson plan.


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