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Nice for behavior notes, Great for formative assessments and other times so you can remember it later: 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 notecard and share your observations. LOVE this.

Address Labels, Clipboard, & Large Index Cards: Write Notes On Address Labels As You Observe; Stick Them Onto The Child's Index Card; During Parent/Teacher Conferences Pull Out Notecard & Share Observations (Quick, Easy, & Cuts Down On Sticky Notes)

By choosing games that focus on the questions themselves while spending minimal time on the "game" part, we can add some fun into our test prep without sacrificing the review.

7 Classroom Review Games that Won't Waste Time

Inclusion--teaching students with disabilities in general education classrooms--can work well for all students--but only when teachers are given the support and tools they need to successfully facilitate learning for a mixed-ability group of students.

quick and easy formative assessments

CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT: Quick & Easy Formative Assessment: It is better to Copy/Paste/Print from this pin since this document is much smaller in the post.

Put a "Tidy Tub" on each table while students are doing cutting projects. It helps keep the students in their seats working instead of getting up to go to the trash. Good for cutting up interactive notebook pieces.

Need to remake my tidy tubs. Put a "Tidy Tub" on each table while students are doing cutting projects. It helps keep the students in their seats working instead of getting up to go to the trash.

Swipe a marker along the bottom pages of the book.  That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors!  Say something like, "Please take out your Grammar Green book!"  It really does help, and it makes transitions quicker and easier!  And after a few weeks, my kiddos will be telling me which book is which! :)

With having so many workbooks inside desks, I just swipe a fat Mr. Sketch marker along the bottom pages of the book. That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors! "Please take out your Grammar Green book!

Instant Download Editable BRIGHT Polka Dot Label/ Tag with Chalkboard

Word Wall Signs: 6 Blank Editable Polka Dot Tags/ Labels for your classroom. You will need to have POWERPOINT to add your own text to the tags/ labels. You will be able to save the labels/tags with your text on it. Just go to file and save!

Exit Ticket Collector

FREE Quick Survey/Reflection poster!

Make and put on the door - Teach-A-Roo: Ticket Out the Door! This can be used as an exit ticket. You could put critical thinking or math on the door. This gives the students something to do when waiting at the door.

Every student who completes their homework assignments all week will get to choose a classroom lottery card on Friday morning.

Every student who complete their homework assignments all week will get to choose a classroom lottery card on Friday morning. mixed 2 parts acrylic silver paint to 1 part Dawn dishwashing liquid.

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Print on Post-It Notes – Free Printables for School Homework. A quick, convenient way for teachers to provide feedback on homework! Using sticky notes instead of writing on the homework may be preferable to some students.

Instead of having students stand around you with questions and such, they bring their clothespin up to you and you clip it to your clipboard, then they sit back down and you call them up when you're ready. HOW FABULOUS FOR Writer's Workshop!

Instead of having students stand around you with questions and such, they bring their clothespin up to you and you clip it to your clipboard or desk, then they sit back down and you call them up when you're ready. HOW FABULOUS FOR Writer's Workshop!

I love this idea! This is such a great idea to get students to self assess, and to let teachers know where students are as far as understanding the material.

Self-Assessment Station: Novice, Apprentice, Practitioner, Expert (Common Core all the way!) So students aren't embarrassed by separating this papers maybe have stickers or something to put on paper instead.

Hole punch for participation or outstanding contributions to discussions, questions asked if classmates, etc.

During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task or not in the target language. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers! Or spin it so a hole punch is positive.

Self Evaluation + Exit Ticket = AWESOME!!

Formative Assessment Stoplight (great exit ticket idea)--I did something like this with my SMARTBoard last year. Then I could save the pages. I made it so the names disappeared behind the lights, that way I was the only one who could see it.

behavior list....add to weekly folder?

Behavior Management--Improvement Needed Inventory ; would be good to show parents a a parent/teacher conference

Research shows that when students track their own data, they perform better. Get your students to be organized, intrinsically motivated, and accountable for their own learning. Read how to start the next school year off right by clicking this picture! Student Data Tracking Binders-$ Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Young Teacher Love: Math and ELA Student Data Tracking Binders - wow wow wow I love this so much! Students taking responsibility to track their progress - site has it in Math and ELA but really could use it for any subject!

SET CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS using this "How are we learning?" chart.  Use these headings: independent, partners, teams, whole class, and AIH (Academic Intervention Hour), or create your own!

A chart to organize classroom expectations. I think I like this better than the voice chart I have now. Very quick and easy way to set expectations. AIH means Academic Intervention Hour"