i need to do this for my desk next year

teacher desk/tabletop organizer THIS IS IT! Love how the desk is a shelf and that corkboard is a MUST HAVE! also loving the white desk chair.

keep a file for each child: notes from parents, writing sample, test results, etc. easy to find if anything comes up...

Student Files – Keep a file for each child: notes from parents, writing sample, test results, etc. Easy to find if anything comes up.

Help! I Need Family Involvement

Help! I Need Family Involvement

27 Ways to increase family involvement in your class - Could you try JUST TWO of these strategies before the end of the school year? How about one & plan to adopt another new one for back to school? You know there's room for more family involvement.

Play Posters

The Early Years Institute shares what children learn from music and musical toys! Good resource to have to tell parents the benefits of music in children at young ages!

This poster links theorists and theories to the types of play. It also gives you an example of how you could link it to a learning experience. It is very handy as it gives you a quick snapshots of vital theorists and theories to link to your observations and learning stories. Add to wish list …

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LEARNING STORIES--this is an interesting idea. Te Whariki New Zealand early childhood curriculum

This shows how to create a learning story as a record of what an educator has seen a child or group of children do during an activity. Great to give to whanau as evidence of a child's learning.

Reporting to Parents using the EYLF :: Lessons from a Teacher

Reporting to Parents using the EYLF :: Lessons from a Teacher. Australian system possibility separate from VPK . Some interesting concepts to incorporate into basic format using now in CV

planning template reflection. a great way to start the practice of writing reflections and listening and learning from young learners.

a great way to start the practice of writing reflections and listening and learning from young learners.

Reflective Teaching - One way I self-assess and grow! I include a few minutes before transitions (or after, as a calm-down) for students to do this, too. At the end of each day, we take time to reflect on what we learned TODAY. This practice is critical to sound learning and teaching, yet we skip it because we "don't have time." Make time!

Daily/weekly reflections on lessons Reflective Teaching - Free Journal! A good idea to bring closure to each day so I don't think about it all evening.

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