Organizational tools for teachers
Teachers are very busy in the classroom and often don't have enough time to share ideas with colleagues. In order to run an orderly classroom there must be procedures and routines in place. I believe that the less time you waste looking for things, the more quality time you will have with students working on academics. In my capstone project, I explored organizational tools for teachers to use in the classroom. I interviewed and collected artifacts, in the form of photographs, and made a guidebook for classroom teachers. The guidebook consists of entries from the researcher and other entries from a cross-section of middle school teachers. If there's any profession that's hurting for spare time, it's the teaching profession-which means that you need to get organized. Start by organizing your desk, your filing cabinet, your storage cabinet, and your calendar (Warner, 2005, p.148).
Gossard, Jane Brilley, "Organizational tools for teachers" (2008). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 2037.
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