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  • Suzanne

    Anecdotal notes made easy! Use address labels, clipboard, and large index cards. Write your notes on the address labels as you walk around and observe. Later, stick them onto the child's index card. Quick and easy! Then, during parent/teacher conferences, just pull out the note card and share your observations.

  • Nichole Willden

    Classroom Management 2-- I love to use address labels on a clipboard to take anecdotal notes. It's quick and easy! Then I can easily add the notes to student records or portfolios. It makes my life easier when I take notes this way.

  • Dora Quiroz

    I'm never going to do this but it's a good idea: use address labels, clipboard, and large index cards. Write your notes on the address labels as you walk around and observe. Later, stick them onto the child's index card. Quick and easy! Then, during parent/teacher conferences, just pull out the note card and share your observations.

  • Melissa M

    Student Behavior Documentation: Use address labels, clipboard, and large index cards. Write your notes on the address labels as you walk around and observe. Later, stick them onto the child's index card. Quick and easy! Then, during parent/teacher conferences, just pull out the note card and share your observations.

  • Charisma Smallwood

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