Displaying Learning Targets

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  1. Pencil Monkey

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    I will first start by admitting that I don't like my own handwriting. I teach all the subjects and in previous years I just wrote the targets on the board. The school that I now work at requires that I display long term and short term learning targets. If I did this on the board it would take up the whole white board. So I was thinking that I would like to type and print them out on card stock but I need to be able to change them out easily as I change units.

    Is there a pocket chart that would hold 8.5x11 papers for such a display? Or can someone give me a better idea to display my targets?
     
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  3. CFClassroom

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    Could you create your own display using page protectors?

    Another idea is to hang clipboards and attach the pages as needed that way.
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    When I had to do this, I put them on sentence strips and had a bulletin board for it. Sometimes our objectives would come back again, since our curriculum would cycle, and so I'd save them all. I labelled on the back which unit they went with. Then, the next year they'd already be written out, and when I finished with one that was used again I'd file it with the next unit. The last time I used one, I'd file it back with the first unit so it would be ready to go for the next year.
     
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    I used sheet protectors once. I attached them to the wall with velcro dots (had them left over) and then I would just slide what I needed in and out of them.
     
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    I use sheet protectors. I've typed up all of our learning targets for all subjects and put them into a binder sorted by subject. As I needed to change my learning target, I flipped to the correct target and pulled it out of the binder. To post them, I used the 3M removable hooks and put them on my whiteboard. I put butcher paper behind them to make the targets stand out and put a border around the butcher paper to make it look cleaner. I wish I had a picture, but I can't get into my classroom right now. Sorry!
     

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