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Absence Notebooks
To help my students stay organized and responsible for work following an absence, I keep an extra copy of my school's agenda/planner in a notebook near the assignment board. One of my classroom jobs i...
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Activity Bags
I use One-Zip plastic bags to help organize my art activities. I copy patterns on construction paper and place them in a bag. I then tape a finished copy of the project on the outside of the bag and p...
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Assignment Books
“I use assignment books not only to remind students of their homework and test dates, but also to help parents keep abreast of what is going on in their child's classroom. Each student receives a new ...
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Book List on a Ring
Getting her students to read plenty of books isn’t the main problem for Ms. Sims; it’s helping them organize and track their reading. But no worries: she found the solution in a key ring and index cards.
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Color Coding and Cardboard
To help students keep organized, I assign a color to each subject. Everyone has a red folder for science, a blue folder for math, a yellow folder for reading, etc. This way it just takes a quick glanc...
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Computer Class Organization
A computer lab can get cluttered in a hurry so I assign a Row Manager each day for each row of computers in the room. At the end of the period, this student is responsible for reminding other students...
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Getting Folders Ready
All of my high school students are given a folder to store their work. They may decorate it with goals or motivational quotations. I use them at parent-teacher conferences and when the parent comes in...
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Grading Notebooks
I would like to share my method for grading notebooks. I usually grade notebooks once a grading period. I give students about a one-week notice and prepare a list in advance with about 20 items that I...
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Hanging Communication Pockets
I went out and bought an inexpensive 24-pocket shoe hanging organizer. I wrote each student's name on a calendar cutout figure or themed card and put the cards into the pocket fronts, either arranging...
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Keeping Track of Notes
I decided that I was sick of sixth graders losing handouts and other papers I gave them for their binders. I asked everyone to bring in a green folder (we color code our subjects - green for science)....
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