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A Meaningful Homework Assignment for Parents

A colleague of mine lost his father not too long ago. Having lost my father, I understood what he was feeling and how he was holding on to all that was dear… He pulled, from his wallet, a tattered and… Continue Reading →

Student Behavior Goal Form

Parent Volunteer Form

Today’s Learning Goal Form

My Learning Goal Form

Managing Middle School Behaviors with Google Forms

I have a new principal this year and I’ve noticed that she uses Google Docs quite often to survey the staff. I really liked the idea and it seemed very easy to collect data from the teachers. Then my grade… 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 →

While You Were Out Form

Students will miss class from time to time.  I’ve found that it is very helpful to give a while you were out form to a student helper at the beginning of class to complete for an absent student. The student… 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 →

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 →

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