If you are part of a district promoting PDSA, continuous improvement, I can statements, SLOs, or any number of other fun mandates to demonstrate you deserve your job, this is a great example of what can be done with a little creativity (and a lot of time - initially, as it saves time eventually).
Granted, the standard practice in my district was to use a whole ton (maybe several tons) of big pieces of paper in order to write goals, create charts, and plus/delta the heck out of every short cycle in order to use up a lot of time and make each classroom look like a dump.
I came up with a truly graceful solution: a looped presentation of my charts, scores, goals, missions, reminders, and, probably other stuff. What you will get here is roughly 70 slides that ran in a loop on a separate television (I bought), and later using a separate projector. Basically, I had one computer powering two displays - one for class and one for my presentation.
If I wanted to stop and talk about test scores, I'd pause it. I could do the plus/delta right in the Google slides editor (but that was my main failing because it seemed like such a waste of class time).
When the teacher assessment team came in to rate me, they seemed generally impressed, and I suggested we even get looped presentations in the halls. Some slides with reminders and some with samples of how to use commas, especially for the students who would rather wander the halls.
When a practice teacher came in to observe my room, he told the others in the break room about this amazing presentation. I never did make silly posters and charts to tape up all over my room. If your district is trying to implement something like the PDSA and Continuous Improvement, challenge them to use a system like the one I set up. Use it as a template. I include the link to the Google Presentation so you can make a copy and edit your own content in.
It is not fully finished for the semester, partially because the School District of Menomonee Falls, in its wisdom that perhaps surpasses that of Polonius, laid me off and I kind of gave up on the presentation. But the bones are there. Some swarthy salesman will eventually come to your district with this idea and all teachers will be forced to implement it. Or it will be the weasely technology or curriculum guy. In fact, if you're one of those types, you probably want to talk to me about packaging this as some kind of template to sell to districts all over. If you're just a regular teacher like me, it's your chance to do things a little better than the rest of your colleagues and save some trees.
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