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Re:[teacherartexchange] teacherartexchange digest: September 16, 2009


From: Angela Davidson (addartistic_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Sep 17 2009 - 16:33:52 PDT

I teach PK-12 art. I have HS and MS in the mornings on an A-B Block
Schedule. I have Elementary on a 6 day schedule in the afternoons. I
created my own 6 day Calendar/Planner with a page for each of my 6 day
schedule. Day A1, B2, A3.. etc. I have a page for each day based on the
the times of the classes with my lunch schedule. I print it 2 sided with
hole punches and put it in a binder on my desk. I print off a semesters work
of pages. I have spaces at the top to pencil in the day and date. I pencil
in my plans for each class a couple weeks a head. After I have a class, I
pencil in any notes of things I need to remember specific to that group on
the day I have them next. It works very well and keeps me on track. It also
is helpful for the sub. I took the liberty to email you a copy of my

Hope that helps!

Angela D.
Martensdale-St. Marys

> 1. K-8 Planner Help
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Hi all. I'm a long time lurker, but this is my first post. I am a first
> year
> teacher at a charter school in Ohio, teaching k-8 art. Things have been
> going pretty good so far, but I am having trouble keeping track of what
> each
> class is doing. I have a total of 25 classes (I meet with them 1 day a
> week). I have been using a chart to write everything down but it just
> isn't
> working for me. I was wondering if anyone might have some ideas for me or
> a
> suggestion for a k-8 planner. I looked online but couldn't find anything.
> Thanks for everything I've already learned from this great group!
> Roshanda

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