Great Ideas from our Beginning Teachers' Classrooms
Great way to organize...Ms. Jordan's kindergarten class at Woodfin
Effort chart to denote effort students are putting int activity...Might be an idea to have a small one on each child's desk to have them rate themselves on effort.
Chart on whiteboard to track students' writing progress. MRs. Willsie, NBES
This fireplace scene is projected on smart board while students are writing in Mrs. Willsie's room at NBES.
Visual reminder for student who leaves room to go to other teachers
Victoria Fergusons' AIG classroom made a bulletin board demonstrating what a growth mindset and fixed mindset might look like. Haw Creek
A great way to organize - Nicole Revis, at Emma, has baskets for student to keep their unfinished work. Then when they complete it, they unclip their name from their work and clip it onto the basket onto the basket. She has a similar system for homework.
Visual charts to use with students, from Emery Laws Intensive Intervention class. Red Zone choices are for once the student is upset and asked to remove self from group. These are choices to help calm down.
Getting to Know Us Bulletin Board done by Leslie Huff's class at Haw Creek