Classroom Organization for Secondary Teachers

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Classroom Organization

Secondary Classroom Organization
A guide to more focused students, less stress, a smoother year, and a happier you. Work smarter, not harder.
There are two major components included in this product: a short, easy to read guide (25 pages) AND folders organized by category with 30 documents, most are editable.

I. A 25 page e-Guide with 8 parts. This guide contains many tips of the trade that I have accumulated over the years and used to better organize my classroom.
I have found that when my classroom is organized and my students are held accountable, not only am I able to focus more on teaching, but my students are able to focus more on learning.

Classroom Organization Resource includes...
A written guide that has ideas for collecting late work, saving time on grading with a system in place, storing your materials, having students choose partners, what you can do for absent students, keeping up with all the happenings and events such as fundraisers, pep rallies, assemblies, etc., implementing rewards systems, managing your time and emails, and staying organized for a sub.

As well as...printables that correspond to the guide as well as some extras. Such as planning sheets, binder covers, an editable syllabus, a tardy sign-in, missing work logs for students, an attendance sheet that incorporates the grading system I mention, rewards coupons, and some materials to use for when you have a sub.

The following topics are included in the guide:

Part One: Organizing Student Information
Part Two: Planning
Part Three: Turning In Student Work
Part Four: Keep a Working Notebook
Part Five: Picking Partners and Students
Part Six: Share the Classroom; Share the Work (More Tips to Make Students Self-sufficient)
Part Seven: Organization Nation
Part Eight: Rewards Systems that Count

Chock full of ways to save time and money in your classroom, as well as further organization and efficiency.
Examples include:

Responding to parents
Staying after school
Keeping track of dates and events
Rewards coupons
Tracking late work
Keeping your desk organized
Encouraging students to be self sufficient
Excessive absences
New Students

.... and more!

II. Editable Documents for Organization Accompanying the guide are documents that you can use to organize your classroom. Most come in two basic forms, but if you can also choose colorful "themed" options you can choose from in easy-to-navigate folders.

Examples include:
Attendance and Grading Sheet
Unit Planner
Daily Planner
Seating Chart
Substitute Materials
Letter of Recommendation Request Form
New Student
Absence Tracker
Binder Covers

Also included are seven customizable themes for your templates!

This is made for secondary classrooms grades 7 and up.
Please see the free preview for more!

© Vanessa Jason
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