Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Web Tools for Classroom Management

From Library Journal and School Library Journals / The Digital Shift, here's an interesting way to keep up with attendance and behavior reporting.

Free Web Tools Make Classroom Management Fun

The author, Richard Byrne says:
When I decided to become a teacher, the first course I took was on classroom management. It involved all sorts of rubrics and checklists for documenting student behavior—certainly not the most fun aspect of the job, but a necessary one. The records that I learned to keep have come in handy over the years, especially for sharing with students’ parents when we meet to discuss their children’s work. Thankfully, taking attendance and other record keeping no longer require paper, nor do parents and students have to wait until conference time to review this information.


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