Go over student test results with class, having students color in the problem they got incorrect. Collect and glue into a manilla folder for instant test data. Evaluate class data easily and this might make inputting data easier into the computer too.
Behavior Charts - When, Why, and How to Use Them. Adding goals to the top of the behavior chart and a rubric next to each part of our day has made all the difference this year! It helps students see where they are going and measure success.
Need a classroom management idea to help document missing homework? Check out this QR Codes homework management routine that scans to keep documentation of missing homework. A great way to integrate technology in the classroom!
FREE Homework Incentive~ When the entire class completes a homework assignment on time, hang up one flag. With the letters in "homework" and a starting and ending decorative flag, there are 10 flags in all. When the banner is complete, give the class extr
*Originally posted on E, Myself, and I and updated EDITED TO ADD: My Missing Work Log/ “Yellow Sheet” is an idea I got from a veteran teacher during my field experience…
Setting and keeping track of student goals is SUPER important in the classroom! This is an excellent resource for middle school teachers looking to help students set, keep, and reflect on goals they make for the year! A perfect way to start the school year when you head back to school!
Interactive Daily 5 Check in board. They just drag their picture to their choice and if all the spaces are taken, they will know they have to make a new choice! Talk a lot about making sure they get to every daily 5 choice by the end of the week.
Open a Positive Line of Communication With Parents From Day 1