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IEP at a Glance

If you have ever read an IEP, you know it can be difficult to keep up with all of the modifications you need to make or the services you must provide. I had a hard time with all of this… Continue Reading →

Incomplete Homework Notice #1

I keep a stack (or folder) of incomplete homework notes on my desk.  When a student fails to complete their homework, I have the students complete the form and log it on my check sheet.  The student must get the… Continue Reading →

Individual Behavior Documentation

Keeping track of student behaviors is beneficial for parent conferences and evaluation for special services.  On a daily basis, I use my check sheet.  It’s quick and only takes a second to document a student’s behavior. Sometimes I am required… Continue Reading →

Parent Teacher Conference Form #2

I really enjoy parent teacher conferences. I learn a lot about students and I can usually make a connection with the parent so that we can have an open line of communication.  I’ve always used a parent teacher conference form… Continue Reading →

Parent Teacher Conference Form #1

I really enjoy parent teacher conferences. I learn a lot about students and I can usually make a connection with the parent so that we can have an open line of communication.  I’ve always used a parent teacher conference form… Continue Reading →

Speeding Ticket

I always have students who rush through their work or the writing is so sloppy that I have a hard time reading it. I few weeks ago I saw a post from Teach 123 which mentioned using a speeding ticket… Continue Reading →

Managing Middle School Behaviors with Google Forms

UPDATE:  My principal was a guest writer for NASSP and she talked about my management system!  You can read her blog post here. I have a new principal this year and I’ve noticed that she uses Google Docs quite often… Continue Reading →

My Learning Goal Form

Today’s Learning Goal Form

Parent Volunteer Form

Student Behavior Goal Form

10 Reasons to have Your Students Work in Groups

It increases student achievement. Students are responsible for their own learning. It increases retention. Students have a positive feeling toward the subject matter. It gives more time toward student learning. Students are active learners. It lowers student frustration and anxiety…. Continue Reading →

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