Are you getting ready to head back to school?
Here are some helpful ideas to make the transition back to school a little less hectic. To paraphrase Theo, “Be prepared!”
Make a Checklist
üGather and organize classroom materials and supplies.
üSet up Classroom.
üMake sure students know to bring a water bottle.
üCreate bins for supplies.
üPrepare student name tags and/or student desk labels.
üMake a list of activities for the fist week but don’t expect to get them all done.
üHave guidelines for classroom procedures and think about Building Listening Skills.
üHave a classroom calendar and visual schedule.
üMake spots for forming lines.
üDecide Birthday Procedures and prepare for the first celebration.
Teacher Toolkit For Distance Learning
In order to help you with all the new social distance guidelines and distance learning, I got together with some of my favorite teacher authors to bring you some teaching tools you can use in this Back to School Tools for Teachers! This is exciting because some of these are resources are way too time consuming for teachers to create. There are a few freebies in the mix too.
Here are the resources for your Distance Learning Teaching Toolkit: