I'm obsessed with keeping detailed lists, and thought I'd share my personal method for keeping track of everything that needs to be done in the classroom!
First Page: Weekly To-Do List
I use a new blank photocopy of this page every week. Each day has 10 slots for things that need to get done. Each day also has a section labeled "Find Out/Get" for those things which aren't really tasks to do, but more like people to talk to or places to go in the school.
Second Page: Long Term To-Do List
I usually keep the same long term to-do list for an entire month or more. There are 6 categories of things I plan for long term: projects to do at school, projects to do at home, misc. upkeep tasks, things to take home/bring back, for kids (students) to do, and general long-term plans/ideas to implement. Each of these categories is divided into H, M, and L (for High Priority, Medium Priority, and Low Priority.)
This download comes in the form of a zip file. It includes the instructions above as well as a set of partially-completed to-do lists as a sample so you can get an idea of how it works. The to-do lists themselves are in a Word document so that you can edit and print them, or type directly into the to-do lists and keep all your records digitally.
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