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Classroom Worker Job Description

Classroom Worker Job Description
Classroom Worker Job Description
Classroom Worker Job Description
Classroom Worker Job Description
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Are you tired of forgetting who your supply specialist or sanitation expert is? Try this method of having two students a day perform all the classroom jobs. Not only does this simplify classroom procedures, but it teaching students about the working world.

In my classroom, we have two students a day who are our "workers". They perform all of the classroom jobs and duties for that day. At the end of the day, they get a "paycheck" (I do $40 imaginary dollars) that they can log in their checkbook. They must take out tax (I do a simple $5) and keep their checkbook balanced the whole year. This also kept the students accountable. If they do not perform the duties to my satisfaction, their pay check will be docked. (You could easily use this system without the checkbook aspect if you prefer!)

Throughout the day, some of my students forget their duties. I created this page and laminated it so that each day the workers can carry this around to remind them of their jobs.

I have really enjoyed not remembering who the "Trash Expert" or the "Paper Passer" is. Instead I just call the workers. I have LOVED this system and hope it can help your classroom run smoother!

P.S. I want to give a HUGE shout out to my Mentor Teacher from Student Teaching for giving me this idea! Thank you!
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