Teacher Binder Resources
Cover- you can personalize this cover with your own name, year, and grade
Binder labels – label the sections of your binder with these colorful circle labels.
Grade book pages- organization page to collect student’s grades.
Attendance pages- record attendance, notes, lateness, etc
Guided reading tracker- record students running record grades in one easy to view location.
Meeting notes- two versions of meeting notes for faculty meetings, conferences, or professional development classes.
Professional development- track the PD classes you take throughout the year.
Textbook list- Record the books you assign to students in September
Website and passwords- record all of your websites/links and passwords in one place.
Record and Observation Student Assessment- Designate a binder for recording and observing student’s strengths and weaknesses for set objectives/ standards. Create a section for each student in your class with front to back copies of the Record/ Observation sheet.
Document what you observe during independent and group work, and assessments. After each assessment write notes about the students’ performance, specify difficulty areas and/ or strengths. Use the note taking abbreviations to write notes on areas of concern, measurable goals, and when to re-evaluate.
Use this this guide during report card time and parent teacher conferences to recall student’s strengths and weaknesses