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Stephanie Sanchez
Stephanie Sanchez • 2 years ago

An example of the curtain hook portfolio display work set up. :)

  • Stephanie Sanchez
    Stephanie Sanchez • 2 years ago

    To display student work and simultaneously keep them in chronological order for a portfolio! I learned this from my amazing cooperating teacher back in student teaching and I think it's the best thing since sliced bread! What you do: Buy curtain hooks from bed bath and beyond. Take a file folder or decorative cardstock and staple one for each student onto a bulletin board. Make little name plates to place somewhere near the edge of the space then slide three curtain hooks on the cardstock spaced apart like a Three hole punch. Gently slide the student work onto the the three hooks and voila it's displayed! Add another work right on top as needed. At the end of the semester/grading period/year and you have the perfect portfolio to bind and go!

  • Stephanie Sanchez
    Stephanie Sanchez • 2 years ago

    http://imgur.com/a/nk6... heres a step-by-step photo story. Im still learning how to create my own pins. I am excellent re-pinner!

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Great way to showcase student work, they could each have a clipboard and choose which work they want to publish.

To display student work and simultaneously keep them in chronological order for a portfolio! What you do: Buy curtain hooks,take a file folder and staple one for each student onto a bulletin board. Post name plates near the edge of the space then slide three curtain hooks on the folder spaced apart like a 3 hole punch. Slide student work onto the the hooks and it's displayed! Add another work on top as needed. At the end of the semester/year you have the perfect portfolio to bind and go!

Great way to display student work in the hallway while also creating a portfolio of successes!

I love the clothespins! That would make work so much easier to put up and take down.

Super easy print and display Common Core Standards Posters. Made by Jason's Online Classroom. This one shows Kindergarten but he has grades K-6 posters and 10 different title slides to choose from. Click the picture to check it out. $$

Cheap frames & spray paint - make those boring (REQUIRED) documents you must display prettier - instead of paper taped to the wall.