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Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

Expectations chart when working in small groups, whole group, individually, and in partners. Use arrow post-it notes to show students how they should be behaving during class time - HELPFUL VISUAL

An easy way to keep track of student conferences! Just tape index cards to a file folder - boys on one side, girls on the other. You can easily flip through and write anecdotal notes and the date you met with your students. It is a great reference for report cards and parent meetings.

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For next year...Students earn a chance to draw a tile and place it wherever they want. When the prize is completely spelled, the class gets that reward.

This is so much better than a concern/problem box. I am pretty sure when I co-taught we used something similar to this :) reminds me of the Snaps Cup from Legally Blonde!!

Pick six students every Friday and write them a special note on their desks for them to find Monday morning. Keep a list and start again when everyone in the class has been done.

My Choices Today...note home to parents I really like this! make the student have accountability for their actions!

Students have to write in a log every time they do not turn in their homework on time and explain themselves. This helps teachers keep track of how many times the same student does not do his/her homework, makes students think about why they did not do their homework, and establishes accountability.