Handing Papers Back I'm a new teacher trying to come up with a system to hand papers back, maximizing instructional time while maintaining student privacy. Please let me know if you see any flaws in my method, or if it could be improved in any way. The students will be grouped by table. I will create a file folder for each student (color-coded by class period) with their name on a label; to the left of their name will be the student's alphabetical rank (#). To the right of the student's name will be their current table number - this is to make sorting easier for me. When grading, I would sort the folders alphabetically to file papers quickly. When I'm ready to distribute them back to the students, I would sort the folders by table number & hand them out to each table. The table numbers would have to be re-recorded on each folder for each seating chart change - that is a drawback, but I think it's doable. What do you think?