Lesson planning web app for teacher productivity

Tinacious Teaching, a lesson planning web app, is a productivity tool for teachers. It is designed to make teachers’ lives easier by aiding in the creation, usage, storage, and organization of lesson plans and related materials.

All of the user’s content is protected—the lesson planning web app requires that users be logged in in order to access their content.

The web application prototype allows teachers to:

  • Create classes and lesson plans for those classes
  • See Lessons of the Day on the home page
  • Search through the content of your lessons
  • Upload supporting files like PowerPoint presentations, Word and PDF documents for class handouts, music and video files, etc.

The app provides both print-friendly and mobile-optimized web pages.

Currently, only the prototype for this lesson planning web app has been built. It will eventually be built from the ground up into a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product.

Launched 🚀 December 2012

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Class pages allow users to store class description and information including file upload support.

Class pages allow users to store class description and information including file upload support.

Home page features Lessons of the Day

Home page features Lessons of the Day

Keyword search through all lesson plans to find what you're looking for.

Keyword search through all lesson plans to find what you're looking for.

Sample lesson plan

Sample lesson plan

Re-order lesson plan items easily using drag and drop.

Re-order lesson plan items easily using drag and drop.

Easily create lesson plans and classes

Easily create lesson plans and classes

Each class page shows a list of lesson plans

Each class page shows a list of lesson plans

Print-optimized lesson plan minimizes the use of ink.

Print-optimized lesson plan minimizes the use of ink.

Upload files to your lesson plans, e.g. handouts, PowerPoint presentations and more.

Upload files to your lesson plans, e.g. handouts, PowerPoint presentations and more.