Teacher Lesson Planner and Student Academic Study Guide Wiki

Teacher & Student Content Enhancement Wiki
from School4Schools.com LLC and the School4Schools Foundation'

Welcome students and teachers!

  • For Teachers & Students, by Teachers & Students
  • Lesson Planning Information Made Useful & Accessible
  • Content Resources All In One Place

Contact us

Current projects include:

Most complete outlines:

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Blog pages

New feature on the School4Schools.wiki !

Authors can submit blog posts that are unrelated to a specific entry. These posts will be picked up by search engines, so blog away!

Here for All blog posts (school4schools.wiki)

Mission Statement

School4Schools Lesson Planner Wiki is dedicated to providing accessible, useful, and efficient content-specific information and other resources for teacher lesson planning, classroom use, and student content enhancement.

Site plans & development

The A+ Club Lesson Planner & Student Study Guide website is a working test site for a wiki-based educational content management system (CMS) for schools and students to use for curricular development, lesson planning and student study. Unlike sites such as Moodle, Blackboard, Canvas, etc., the intention is not to run assignments and grades, or to log assignments, but to house course curriculum and lesson plans for department- and course-level organization and student interaction with it.

The wiki platform offers a unique solution for content management and lesson planning, and we aim to delivery this functionality to schools and students.

Please see this page for development ideas and possible uses and solutions: Site development (go to Talk tab)

Mermaid graphics generator now active (Jan/24)

See Mermaid graphics tutorial and examples

General Overview

These pages are dedicated to student and teacher success. Easy and accessible, you will find here content-specific ideas, concepts, information, and learning and teaching strategies, for studying, learning, lesson planning, teaching, and personal content-area enhancement. Available in the same wiki format as Wikipedia.org, you may edit, add, and share ideas here, and in the process build this unique resource for efficient, productive, and powerful lesson planning and teaching.

User Info

login / registration

  • To create an account
    • * email contact the School4Schools Wiki admin here and state:
      • if a teacher: subject, academic interest and expertise
      • if a researcher: academic interest and expertise
      • if a student: academic interest and expertise
  • the Admin will reply by email and set up your account and a brief training session
  • Your School4Schools registration will give you access as editor here


  • To navigate, use the "search" box above, or the Subject Category listings to the left.
    • "Go" will take you directly to the page you are seeking
    • "Search" will take you to a list of relevant search returns
    • If your search does not return any entries, you will see an option to create a new page with your search terms as the title
      • See Quick Start instructions to go forward with new entries!
  • You may also explore these pages using the "Special Pages" link under the "Toolbox" menu (from there can view categories, all pages, and other special views).

Article Submission

  • To submit an article you must be registered at School4Schools.com
  • When submitting articles, use this general format & article structure: Article Format & Structure
    • for suggestions and ideas on how to improve article formats to use here, please contact School4Schools admin here
    • the more uniform the article structures, the more useful the information
    • articles & information should be in bullets and not high-volume text, which can all be found at wikipedia and other sources
    • our goal is useful, easy, accessible, information!

Quick Start

Click here for Quick Start instructions on how to make a wiki entry!


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