2015-2016 planner update – the right hand of friendship

2015-2016 planner update – the right hand of friendship

On Friday before school started my co-teacher and I got our rosters we were busily putting our kiddos on the seating charts in our planners.  It was lots of fun to see who who was in which class and we were generally enjoying ourselves.  Then my dear co-teacher realized after as she reached over the spiral binding on her planner for the 10th time to write a name on the seating chart that I had given her a “left handed” seating chart. As a completely oblivious left handed gal, I had absolutely no idea! We laughed about it and continued to enjoy getting ready for the new  school year. I thought those of you who printed the planner “as is” might enjoy a right handed update…. So for all of those north paws out there….. HERE is the link for the right handed seating chart and class list. Please follow and like us:0 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like...
2015-2016 Music Teacher Planner – chapter 2

2015-2016 Music Teacher Planner – chapter 2

When I printed chapter 2 for myself, I included rubrics created by my district that I want to keep close at hand.  I also print enough seating charts so that each class has a page.  In the first edition of the planner that I used this year I had included a lesson tracker and checklists in this chapter, based on the way I used the planner I made some adjustments.    If you like the other version better, you can find it HERE ! After a year of happy use, I found that I needed my calender and lesson plans handy for lesson tracking, so I’m moved a version of the lesson tracker to a later chapter.  Meanwhile, I found that my seating chart page is the part of the planner that I use constantly.  I need a checklist right there without having to turn pages AND I need some space to write.  I also took the time to have this printed in color this year so that I wouldn’t have to go back with markers and trace the sections before adding students. CHAPTER 2 – Seating Charts, Checklists, Rubrics  If you would like to see the post about Chapter 1, Contacts and Communication, Click HERE Advise about printing: The PDF files that are linked here include pages as I have them set up for my own planner.  Your needs may be different than mine so feel free to print more or less of any given page. You will notice that each page is either left or right of center.  This is to allow for binding or hole punching. For...
Music Teacher Planner and Management Notebook- part 2 – seating charts, lesson trackers, checklists

Music Teacher Planner and Management Notebook- part 2 – seating charts, lesson trackers, checklists

Thanks for stopping by!  Here is your chance to download a seating chart, a lesson tracker and a checklists that I created to use this year.  In order to use space wisely, I’ve also been able to sneak in some rubric templates, so the rubrics you create will always be nearby when you are ready for assessment.   When I printed my planner at OfficeMax, I included some of the following features: a clear plastic cover, a vinyl back cover and a black spiral. a title page printed on glossy card stock with family photos quick reference card printed on the back of the title page card stock, everything else has been printed front & back is on medium weight paper in order to reduce bleed through. I was able to print it from a jump drive at Office Max.  In 20 minutes and for about $30 I had the perfect planner for me.  to download the second section of the planner – click on the link below!!!! DOWNLOAD Seating Charts, lesson trackers & checklists! seating charts – keep track of behaviors or special needs lesson trackers – a place to keep track of what a particular class has learned checklists – keep them right behind each seating chart and use them for assessment or keep them in their own section and keep track of returned items. rubric- keep a rubric at hand for all of those skills you teach Please visit PART 1 to download contacts and call records Recommendations for printing and using your planner: 1. All pages are intended to be viewed in a 2-page spread with a 1.25 center margin.  This...
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