A blank exercise book, a paper folder, a magazine file?
What to do:
This year I am trialling keeping a model exercise book. This book will contain all live models I complete in class. It will also house any information specific to that class. This could include if a student is absent, or needs something for the next lesson.
The aim of this book is to use it alongside the visualiser to show progress over time FOR the students.
I will also use this book to keep annotated extracts and so on!
Here is a quick thread on some time saving tips for you.
THREAD- Some time saving tips for you all to try in the new academic year. In no particular order.
Keep a cardboard folder for each of your classes to store your photocopies in. On it write how many you students you have in that class.
— Amjad Ali (@ASTsupportAAli) August 25, 2019
Don’t forget, don’t glue any sheets, hole punch your books. More details here!
Why not integrate this idea with my Catch Up book idea?
Saw a idea shared by @ASTsupportAAli and decided to try a class exercise book for each group I teach. Kept in my planner with wallet to hold resources. Record of work, notes for absent students, modelling. A game changer (wish it hadn’t taken me 17yrs to discover!) pic.twitter.com/ee1J1KWenI
— Mrs Warnock (@s_warnock8) September 18, 2019
Image from Epso Web Ordering.