The Bullet Journal is an organizational system developed by Ryder Carroll to, “track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.” Bullet journaling in the classroom encourages the development of organizational strategies, promotes independence and provides students with a single notebook for ideas, brainstorming, notes, memories, etc. It also allows students to be creative!
VISIT WWW.BULLETJOURNAL.COM FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS ON THE BULLET JOURNAL
Page inserts are designed to be used throughout the year to help students organize their ideas, notes, memories and more. You may only use a few inserts to meet the specific needs of your class (i.e., population, grade, opportunity of activities, etc.). Encourage students to manipulate and develop their own organizational system for their journal. Pages are also designed with wide left margins to allow you to staple them to create your own journals.
PAGE INSERTS INCLUDE:
A Peek At My Week
Words of Wisdom
Field Trip Memories
If there is a page that is not included or if you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will consider adding it.