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Assignment E-mail
Getting parents to stay on top of student work at home would be a dream for any teacher, right? See what Ms. Mitchell does every Friday to help make it happen!
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Assignments at a Glance
This tip is a timesaver for you and a way for students to get missed work assignments with ease. Read about Ms. Wood's idea and see if it can work for you!
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Brighter Lesson Plans
Ms. Mosey enlivens her otherwise dull lesson plan books with vibrant splashes of color and whimsy. It’s easy to do, and come February when the days are shorter and darker, you’ll appreciate it more.
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Changes for Next Year
Making each school year better and easier than the next requires not just your ideas, but an efficient way to record them as you think of them. See how Ms. K's tip can help you keep your ideas in the palm of your hand!
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Copied Inventories
In the event of a fire or storm, a school - and your classroom - can lose everything. This educator experienced such a tragedy and offers a thoughtful tip so you don't suffer the same outcome.
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Copies of Lesson Plans
Ms. Parks uses a paperwork mandate at her school to her advantage. Read about how she saves time and improves upon lessons each time they are taght in this tip.
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Desk Binder
Ms. Rayner has an efficient method for filing all of her daily paperwork in a single desk binder. Learn how she organizes attendance, seating charts, lesson plans, and other essential information, which substitute educators will find especially valuable.
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Electronic Sub Plans
Planning for a sub isn't easy, especially if you're ill or have an emergecy to tend to. Ms. Garrett offer some time-saving tips to help you when your sub needs arise at the last-minute.
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Emergency Plans
Ms. Christoph keeps a box under her desk. Read about what's in it that saves her time and hassle when she's got an emergency.
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First Day Handouts
This teacher always had trouble finding his favorite paperwork at the start of each school year, until he came up with a great idea for organizing his First Day files and minimizing bulky storage.
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