A Great Tool for Teaching Responsibility
If we want to teach students to be responsible, we have to trust them with responsibilities. Classroom jobs are an effective way to enlist students in the duties of running a classroom.
When I first started teaching, I was most surprised by students’ enthusiasm for helping. If I needed assistance with any little thing, every hand shot up into the air, volunteering to perform whatever tasks I needed accomplished. This is one of the most wonderful things about students. Students love their teachers and will do anything they ask (for the most part)!
Both students and teachers love classroom jobs. Students love this system because they will be responsible for a certain task that helps the classroom as a whole. Teachers will love it because, not only will the system eliminate a few things from their To Do Lists, but they can also watch the children rise to the occasion and learn how to be responsible.
Classroom Classifieds Packet
Included in this packet is everything you need to start implementing classroom jobs in your classroom. You will receive:
• Editable Classroom Classifieds template in Microsoft PowerPoint
• Editable Job Application template in Microsoft PowerPoint or digital in Google Forms
• Job Cards to use to create Bulletin Boards to list your "employees"
• Editable pay check template
• Eight editable business cards that list the job title and the job requirements
• A set of classroom money templates, editable in Microsoft PowerPoint, in denominations of $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. I downloaded these templates from “Kid’s Money Farm.” They have a variety of FREE templates to choose from. Here is their website:
Other helpful organization and management products:
Lesson Plan Templates
Absent Student Forms
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