Goal setting is an essential skill for all teachers to learn. It supports continuous growth in your practice, it supports consistency in your lessons, and, ultimately, it helps students succeed.
If done well, goal setting will ensure your practice never plateaus. Once you implement successful goal setting strategies, your ability to reflect on your teaching will improve. You need to let yourself grow. Teaching is a practice, and you keep getting better as you learn from new experiences and new classrooms.
This book will walk you through a simple template for setting intentional goals & achieving them.
Goal Tracking is geared towards teachers, but is applicable to many other professions and personal contexts.
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The Organizational Guide for Inclusive Teachers
Welcome to The Organizational Guide for Inclusive Teachers, an essential tool that will help you as an Inclusive teacher to maintain a whole class approach in planning your classroom and lessons.
Attached at the end of this guide are two templates; a whole class page and the class reference sheet that you can follow to identify and categorize your students into different levels of need, i.e. Tiers 1, 2, and 3.
This book is a guide to help educators plan for all students. The Organizational Guide for Inclusive Teachers provides you with templates to keep track of which students are receiving supports and at what level of intensity- use pencil, our supports are always changing!
The Ultimate Teacher Planner
The only planner you will ever need as a teacher- it has space for everything!
I know we are trying to go into a paperless world, but I need a hardcopy planner that I can grab and go. I have not created this as an editable document- it is intended to be printed and used the old fashion way :)
This planner includes: Class Info: websites, class list, contact lists (phone & email), student information, transportation information, medical information, communication log, birthdays, class events, meeting dates, and a place to record volunteers, sections for notes Schedules: daily schedule, classes to note (specialist), duty schedule, and lots of extra schedules for individual students and/or TAs. All Schedules are broken down into 15 minute intervals, sections for notes Program Planning: Table to record students working from adaptations and IPPs/IEPs, Adaptations quick notes (to reference), IPP/IEP quick notes (to reference), student support checklist (to reference), meeting logs, sections for notes Class Planning: seat assignment plans (8), class buddies organizer, small group work organizers (9), goal tracking pages (these are AWESOME!!), sections for notes Assessment: graph paper, reading levels, tracking pages, student goal trackers, assessment date organizer, sections for notes Calendar: year at a glance blocks, important dates (1/month), monthly calendars (you fill in the dates), 5 weekly planners/month, sections for notes
The Ultimate Parent Planner
This is truly is the Ultimate Parent Planner!
This book is an organizational saviour for the busy parents/guardians. The guide includes lots of space for notes, annual calendar, year at a glance, and contact information.
This book also includes a framework for you to easily record your child's supports, helps you keep a record of your meeting minutes, information on individual programming, and a little section all for you.
Rather than trying to connect your work calendar, family planner, notes, and phone to organize for your kiddo- this ULTIMATE PARENT PLANNER does it all. You will only need this one book when it comes to your child's school year. It keeps you on track, concise, and focused on what is important- YOUR CHILD!!!
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SAY IT: Reading With Sounds
SAY IT is a reinforcing support to any phonics-based reading support.
It is not a teaching guide and it MUST be paired with an instructional reading system and appropriate texts.
SAY IT focuses on teaching students sounds with explicit teaching and with the use of nonsense words. Focusing on nonsense words supports students in acquiring sounds, strategies, and not just sight words.
It is broken into 3 components: Level A, Level B, and Level C. Until your student masters each level, do not move on!
This is an easy to use format- it is especially great for homework!
Mastery of all three levels will take more than a single school year.
BUG ME is a fun way to introduce your students and children to their emotions.
3 characters, Bradley, Benjamin, and Sammy each represent feelings in both your muscles and your brain. The aim of the characters is to help kiddos start to understand the connection between how your body & brain affect learning.
Bradley Bee is a busy buzzy bee that supports kiddos in understanding ways to calm their brain and bodies.
Benjamin Butterfly is ready to go. He helps students learn how they feel when ready to learn.
Sammy Snail needs some extra energy to get back to learning.
This download is just the introduction to each character: - visual pictures - short written introduction - colour coded print outs outlining BEE BRAIN/BODY, SNAIL BRAIN/BODY, & BUTTERFLY BRAIN/BODY
My favourite part of this introduction is that the characters were created by kiddos when describing their own emotions.
This program can be used stand alone or in conjunction with other programs.