Update: I gave in and bought a cutesy calendar for this next school year! Note to self-stay away from Target :)
Here is one of the ideas incorporated into my year so far, a teacher organization binder. I carry it with me to all my meetings, holds all my grades, calendars and student information.
I might add more to it later but this is what I remember needing most.
Enjoy and please let me know if you think of something to add to it :)
Inside of binder. Got a free calendar book this year so I keep it in the front pocket for convenience. Any small monthly calendar would work just fine, saw cute ones at Target. I've seen others print calendars and have a tab for them. I'm cheap, I'll take free :)
|Important Information: schedules, class list, transportation. All very handy stuff for a sub.|
|Student Data: This section is extra handy. I keep contact information, conference times, assessment scores (important ones not all).|
|I use this Student Information sheet in my student data section. It's from,|
Busy Teachers Cafe click the link it'll take you directly to it.
Love their printables! They are very good and save so much time :)
|Grades: I keep the districts grading requirements as well as a spreadsheet with my grades for the 9 weeks. No more grading book!|
|Lesson Plan Ideas: I place to keep those great lesson ideas you get!|
|Team Meeting Notes: We meet as a grade level weekly. This section allows me to keep all those notes/agendas together for documentation.|
|Faculty/Site Base Notes: Another section for meeting notes. I like to keep all my different notes from different meetings separate so they're easier to find. You could have one section for all meeting notes.|
|I keep an ez-grader in the back pocket for easy grading at home.|
Student Informational Sheet-http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/worksheets/management/studentinfo.pdf
Font on cover sheets: http://www.dafont.com/search.php?psize=m&q=good+dog