This attendance sheet is very clean and allows you to keep track of attendance over time. This is a great way for a high school or middle school teacher to check off students each day. It's often most efficient to ONLY mark absent students, with the assumption all unmarked students are present. You could even appoint this job to a responsible student.
Most teachers, I’m sure, make sure to leave time during the first class to take student questions, primarily about the syllabus and the shape of the course ahead. But it’s worth underlining the importance of student involvement right from the start, letting them know that your desire to hear their questions and concerns is not just a superficial courtesy (“Any questions? OK then…). Here’s a way to encourage students to take ownership of the course. After a brief introduction, distribute the…
Your Job -vs- My Job: This is a great back to school activity. We met up at the small group table and discussed jobs that students might have, and the jobs a teacher has to do. We discussed what would happen if we didn't do these things? Once we created our anchor chart we all signed it as a contract reminding ourselves of the importance of being responsible and doing our jobs in the classroom.
Of all the responsibilities you have on the first day of school, teaching your classroom management plan is número uno in importance. After all, your success as a teacher hinges on your ability to manage your classroom. That’s just the way it is. Teachers who are nonchalant about classroom management, or who see it as …
#3. My responsibilities of my dream job is to provide these students with a safe learning environment meaning a place where there they feel comfortable to express and be in and also have the right to pass to anything that makes them feel uncomfortable. The accountability of my dream job is to hire specialized teachers and counselors who know how to interact, engage and inspire these kids to stay motivated and succeed.
I'm all for making kids responsible and this is a good way to do it. The things they missed are all in one place. It is up to them to get their materials. This teacher has a lot of great classroom organization ideas.
Classroom Jobs-Teaching the meaning of "responsibility" by putting it straight into practice! Students keep their jobs for a week and then they`re "hired" for another position! Totally works for the teacher and kids are loving it too! JOBS: Door Opener, Eraser, Noise Patrol, Pencil Sharpener, Lights Monitor, Chair Patrol, Absence Reporter, Teacher Helper, Paper Passer