Managing a Daily Teaching Schedule

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Managing a Daily Teaching Schedule Danny Hanshew Jr. AED/201 12/01/2010 Patty Smith
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1. Designate one day every six months as “purging day.” Use it to get rid of all the files and papers you haven’t used in the last 12 months. a. This is a wonderful idea to make sure you do not become a pack rat. As an educator I will have enough paperwork to deal with, why keep papers I do not need in the mix. This will also allow me to be better organized for review purposes. (Time Management Tips for Teachers, 2000-2010 Para. 2). 2. Assign jobs to students that they are capable of doing. a. This not only will make time for me to do other things while they are doing these tasks, but it will make them feel important. This will teach the students how to interact with each other and work together. This also can be a positive reinforcement for the students as well, because they will be rewarded for doing a great job. (Wagner, 2004). 3. Make it up. When distributing work sheets, place copies in folders for
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Unformatted text preview: absent students. At the end of the day, simply label each folder with the absent students' names, and missed work is ready for the students' return . a. Not only will this make my life easier when it comes to remembering who was there on that day or not. This will also help me keep the students up to date, and that will also eliminate the chance for the student having to multiple test last minute to catch up, which most students do not test well under pressure like that. (The Educators Best Friend, 1996-2010). REFERENCES Wagner K.J., (2004). Time saving tips for teachers. Education Oasis. Retrieved August 10, 2007, from http://www.educationoasis.com/resources/Articles/time_saving_tips.htm The Educatior's Best Friend. (1996-2010). Education World . Retrieved from http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/profdev003.shtml (2000-2010). TeacherVision . Retrieved from http://www.teachervision.fen.com/classroom-management/new-teacher/48352.html#ixzz16uajrMwh...
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