Assessment & Parent Conference Tips for Teachers Digital Book - Organized Classroom
Need some new ideas for your assessment and parent conference routine? This 114 page digital book has you covered! Includes 17 articles from Organized Classroom, including topics such as: Saving Grading Time 65 Report Card Comments Custom Sticky Notes and Rubrics How to Set Up Student Data Folders Self-Assessment for Students Managing Your Centers Quick …
Testing Season Practice Time | Organized Classroom
I wanted an easy way to create some privacy without having to get out bulky cardboard to set up and take down each time. Check out this super easy solution! #assessment #standardizedtesting
Saving Grading Time! | Organized Classroom
Do you feel like you spend all your nights and weekends grading? If so, I have been there. I have a little tip that worked has worked for me in the past. #teachergrading #teachertimesavers
Emergency Exits! | Organized Classroom
Exit slips are a little assessment strategy that we don’t always think of, but they can be so helpful in doing a quick check of student understanding. #differentiation #assessment
Writing Assessments & how to use them - Just Add Students
Teach writing effectively by using a diagnostic writing assessment to understand your student writers strengths and weaknesses. Target your teaching!
Teaching Goal Setting using Picture Books
Picture books that are perfect for teaching goal setting to elementary students. The mentor texts examine goal setting topics such as perseverance, determination, hard work, courage, and achieving goals.
5 classroom games and activities for the elementary classroom
Are you looking for engaging math stations or literacy centers that keep your students practicing math or literacy skills? These 5 types of games and activities can be used to practice almost any skill! Introduce the game directions and then classroom management can be a breeze when they know how to use the same routine to play the game again and again with different skills and content! Great for early elementary classrooms!
3 Quick Ways to Capture Student Learning - Class Tech Tips
How do you capture student learning? This question can go in lots of directions. We know that students can snap a picture of their work. And we know that kids can capture their learning by recording their voice or typing a response. To capture student learning, you can give kids a way to create a product that shows what they know. #EdTech #StudentCreators #Teaching
6 Creative Tools for Project-Based Learning - Class Tech Tips
Project-based learning is more than just a buzzword. When thoughtfully integrated into instruction, it provides a vehicle for students to explore new concepts and apply their new knowledge. At its core, project-based learning asks students to research as they address a question or investigate a solution to a problem. There are lots of creative tools you can use to help students share their learning during PBL experiences! #Sponsored #PBL #EdTech
2-in-1 Technology Organization Option
Now that you have a classroom full of 2-in-1 devices, you are left to figure out how in the world you will get them organized so that they are passed out and returned in a neat and orderly manner. Having the piece of mind that the technology is being taken care of properly so it lasts longer is very important for classroom teachers.
8 Ways to Display Learning Objectives
Having a fun way to display learning objectives in the classroom makes them more attractive for students and more likely they will interact with them on a daily basis. I was thinking about some of the different ways I have come across to display standards or learning objectives and thought I would share! Maybe you will get some inspiration from the ideas in pictures below too!
Making Some Classroom Mailboxes!
I LOVE the usefulness of student mailboxes, but paper sorter/organizers that can be used for classroom mailboxes can run around $100 for 12 slots (and that is the cheap version!) – not to mention, that won’t be enough for one class of students, so you would need 2 or 3! That is a bit pricey! So, I decided to see what I could come up with on my own, and this version will cost you less than $30 to make a complete set – NICE!