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Getting and Staying Organized

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4 weeks ago
I keep an old fashioned to do list on a legal pad I keep with me everywhere I go at work, a calendar on my phone, and files with tasks of varying degrees of urgency that I review according to my to do list and calendar. This works well for me, but I'm struggling to help my new teachers get and stay organized with all the ongoing daily/weekly tasks, as well as random new tasks thrown in throughout the day. Does anyone have a simple and effective way of keeping organized that supports compliance and allows you to focus on students?
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3 weeks ago
Hello!

This past year I went back to teaching after 9 years away from the classroom. I found a great website that has several templates for keeping organized. https://jessicazannini.com/2018/07/23/teaching-tips-my-secret-to-getting-it-all-done/

(I hope this is okay to add this website in here I am new to SimpleK12)

They have helped me keep up with my to-do lists and keep my notes organized. I printed off copies and kept them in a 3-ring folder. It was my go-to binder with all of the papers I needed to keep with me.

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3 weeks ago
Quote from Candace K
Hello!

This past year I went back to teaching after 9 years away from the classroom. I found a great website that has several templates for keeping organized. https://jessicazannini.com/2018/07/23/teaching-tips-my-secret-to-getting-it-all-done/

(I hope this is okay to add this website in here I am new to SimpleK12)

They have helped me keep up with my to-do lists and keep my notes organized. I printed off copies and kept them in a 3-ring folder. It was my go-to binder with all of the papers I needed to keep with me.

Thank you so much for sharing! This is a great help. :-)
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