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This pack of yearbook handouts and worksheets will help your yearbook staff get started at the beginning of the school year. As yearbook advisor, it will also help you get organized. The data collection handouts will help your yearbook staff members learn how to collect information, and what information to select. With this information and worksheets your staff member will know exactly what information they need in order to create a successful yearbook story. The prompt questions and suggestion
Do you have a student or students who struggle with organization? Do they leave their area a mess, forget to copy their homework, have trouble getting settled when they come in in the morning, or have difficulty getting started on assignments? Along with organization tips for students, these checklists and action plans are designed to to be visual reminders to help students learn the steps in procedures such as packing up for the day and getting ready to work. This packet contains: ✅ A noti
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3rd - 6th
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Here are over 300 Teacher Tips categorized alphabetically and listed in a quick-to-read bulleted format. Some of the tips are basic for new teachers, but many may be ones you haven't seen before. 19 Pages! Favorites are bolded. Categories are:-Attention Signals-Bathroom-Classroom Library-Bulletin Boards and Class Decor-Classroom Jobs-Classroom Management Systems-Communications with Parents-Community and Team Building-Conferences-Correcting Papers-Curriculum Night/Back to School Night-Fast Finis
I have been tutoring for 10+ years and have found that the financial benefits are worth my extra time at school - as long as they're planned well and executed properly. I've put together a packet of forms that I have created to make sure that my year goes well with each individual I tutor. Included in this packet are Planning forms Data forms Notes on each sessionTeacher Tips on how to use all of the documentsA handful of assessment documentation that you would be able to hand back to any parent
Being the yearbook adviser is a huge role to take on. Use my organization tips, adviser overview tips, and editorial staff roles and explanations to help guide you through the process. Included in this pack are:➣Yearbook adviser tips➣Editorial roles and responsibilities explanations➣Class sign-out➣Camera organization tips➣Camera contract➣Camera cabinet assistant checklist➣Camera sign out sheetsPurchase this as part of my yearlong yearbook bundle pack for a discount. This includes everything you
This is a self-directed Organization Lesson for asynchronous distance learning. The lesson is presented in an interactive, virtual Google slides classroom. It includes an organization quiz and organizing tips for the study area, bookbag, notebooks and schedule. Welcome to my Virtual Classroom where we will discover how to organize our time, study area, bookbag, and notebooks. Being more organized will help us be more successful with our academics! Take some time to explore by clicking on the obj
This packet is great for getting organized! Whether you are a new speech language pathologist or have many years of experience, the tools in this packet can help you stay on track with your caseload, IEPs, evaluations, scheduling, and physical organization of your speech room. There are 22 pages of printable outlines and picture ideas which can be used to stay sane and organized! {They are all “beautified” with some fun borders and graphics!} Included in the download are: ~Caseload Master List
Special Education Teacher Tips for Organization, Communication, and Smooth SailingCreated by Mary WinderSpecial education teachers have jobs that are very rewarding, yet very challenging with unique issues and copious paperwork. In my 15 years of working in the field of special education, I have learned what I call “smooth sailing” techniques that will help your work with students, parents, regular education teachers, para-educators, and administrators go smoothly. These tips will also help yo
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K - 12th
Want to get organized for guided reading? Watch this video to see how I use a 2-binder system to keep important resources at my fingertips! To view the guided reading resources featured in this video, click HERE! Video Recap: I keep a binder of masters and a binder for my day-to-day instruction. The master binder is GREAT for grabbing and taking to the copy room – and it helps me keep my materials separate for each level. My master binder is divided up into levels, and each level has four
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K - 3rd
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This PowerPoint covers the topic of being organized. It will explain the purpose and reasons to be organized. There are many tips and hints including 10 steps to become more organized. This PowerPoint can be used for almost any age from upper elementary to adults.
In this free video I've included my top tips for organizing your classroom centers, monthly activities, and interactive writing center. I take you inside my classroom so you can see how I have organized my center activities and my monthly paperwork. I also give you an in depth look at how to organize an interactive writing center. You can watch the full video for free or skip to these parts as desired: 0:14 - Organizing Center Activities & More 2:30 - Monthly Bins Organization Tips 4:15 - I
Talk with students about the importance of organization. These tips will help students be more effective, prepared, and avoid frustrations of disorganized behavior. This is a must have resource for middle school students to keep and help them be more productive in school.
Overwhelmed with papers? This simple how-to guide will help you set up a paper system for your classroom to keep track of all incoming papers from the mailroom, meetings, administration, etc.. Use an inbox and simple set of files to triage your papers and keep them from piling up on your desk. The same process can be used at home! *Note - this is NOT a system for grading papers. Created by Professional Organizer and KonMari Consultant, Laura Sinclair(The KonMari Method™ was created by Marie
These management tips were a lifesaver during my first year of teaching! Please feel free to use and leave feedback!
New teacher? New to elementary? Here are 3 pages of single-spaced tips, rationale, and things to consider when organizaing your classroom based on 25 years of experience in kindergarten, first, second, third, and fourth grades. The last of the four pages gives a sample floor plan.
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K - 4th
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This powerpoint discusses narrative essays and the limit of the 5-paragraph form. It reviews writing techniques, suggests organizational strategies, and explains the implied thesis. This product is included in the Descriptive and Narrative Writing Unit bundle available at the Lit Scholar store. Happy Writing!
Included:- Simple Study Tips Handout- Things to Remember When It Comes to Organization and Time Management- Quick Glance Guide for Note Taking and Making Study Guides
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
File folder games are used every single day in my classroom. I love that I can use them for morning work, small groups, centers, and early finishers! They fold up flat and I don't have to run around making copies for my students. In this video, I share how I organize my games and use them in my classroom. Make sure to check out ALL of the file folder bundles in my TPT store. You will fall in love with folder games. Looking for my FREE game? Click here!• FREE Rainy Day File Folder Game - Colored
Getting yourself organized is a skill that many students have not mastered. Here you will find tips and techniques to guide them on the path to getting organized. Many students will benefit from these tips.
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3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
From classroom management ideas, to decorations, to daily procedures, there’s so much for teachers to prepare for during Back-to-School time…the struggle is REAL. Whether you’re a rookie teacher or a veteran, it’s a good bet that right now you’re wondering how you’re going to get it all done by the time school starts! In hopes of taking SOME of your stress away, here are 25 top Teacher-Tested ideas to save you time and stress! PLUS here's a link to 11 more!
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PreK - 12th, Staff
Proven and widely used organization tips for middle school students
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6th - 8th
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As a teacher, staying organized is simply a must. Learn how you can do it with our essential teacher organization tips and tricks!If you're not organized as the teacher, there is no way you can expect your students to be. Making sure you are prepared for the class using these teacher organization tools is one way to make sure you have the best school year possible. Keep reading for some fantastic ideas to integrate into your teaching schedule to optimize your organization in the classroom. Back
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Organizing an Art room is vastly different than other classrooms. There are so many ways to create a fun and organized room, I have gathered some tips and techniques to make a successful room. I will add to it when I try some new strategies.
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Ways to organize science notebooks for effective use. This free resource was brought to you by Science Cut Ups http://www.sciencecutups.com/

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