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  1. indigo-angel

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    Hello all! I want to know what you keep in your "teacher binders"? If you do not have a binder, how do you organize your work? Also, how do you seperate materials from different courses (or subjects) and classes? Thanks in advance.

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  3. hbdb

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    I keep student records, assessments, copies of email, lessons, weekly planning sheets, school/staff memos. As for my masters courses, I keep a binder for each course and then a portfolio of my culmulative papers, etc.
     
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    Thanks for your reply! I'm going to be student teaching in a few weeks and I'm trying to figure out a way to organize my materials. I'm getting a headache just thinking about it! I'm gonna do like you and keep more than one binder. One for lessons/planning for all classes; one for gradebook, organizer, etc; and one for my professional portfolio.
     
  5. Missy

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    I have multiple binders for content material. I store math by strand, for example (number sense, measurement, etc).
    I love plastic sleeves! I can flip through so quickly and find what I need.
     

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