I am almost at the halfway point of the semester...and my two half-spring breaks (the schools I teach at do not have breaks that line up) start the week after next. As much as I love my job, I have to admit it will be nice not to have quite as much to do for two weeks.
Last fall I started using two pages per week...class schedule on one side (with open room for extra notes) and a full page to-do list on the other.
In the back of the weekly spreads is the syllabus for each class, with an index tab adhered to the course schedule so I can flip to it quickly. There are pages for notes and to summarize the mid-semester evaluation I like to conduct in each class. The final page is set up to brainstorm all the things I want to change for the following semester. Then a favorite piece of patterned paper ends up as the back cover. These books have been the absolute best teaching tool I have, although the group work sticks are a close second.
And I can't wait to flip to the planner pages with spring break written across them soon.