Day 4 is all about professional goals. so here they are!
|all graphics and fonts from miss tiina! and the wrong date courtesy of me!|
At my school the current phrase of the month is no down time...sounds good to me, but it's harder than I thought! When there are 24 patients and only one doc in the room, everyone on task on their level is pretty tough. This isn't anything new either. We can throw around terms like "differentiation" all day long, but to me, that doesn't mean everyone is on task. It's on task on their own level. And folks, that's hard! So what can I do about it in my little classroom? We will continue guided reading. We use fountas and pinnell LLI kits with every student. done. Math is pretty good now too. My problem is this little chunk of time right after lunch. I have 70 minutes for "extra reading time". I have used this as catch up time, science time, ss time, extra long recess time, whatever. But I really need to use this for reading instruction! Intentionally. Use the scholastic news magazines I have. Do a close reading more often. I need to make a plan and stick to it!
keep up with data notebook
we all have one. Our admin made us one. It's ain't pretty, but it's there. my problem is that I keep data here, there, and everywhere. Thus it is no where! Just keep it in the ugly binder Rachel!
those tpt goals
I'd love to tell you I will blog every day and post new products every month, but I won't. I wish I could! But I have this pesky job! haha! and all these kids in my house! and that man I married! So one product per quarter is good! Because it gives me time to make it good! and use it-because I don't post a product prior to using it if I can help it! And I have lots of random activities I use that I could put as freebies on the blog! That works for everybody! Need a freebie now? Just hop on over to my fb page!
less down time
I think we have already discussed this one
I'd love to hear about your goals in the professional realm of teaching! Go and link up with us at blog hoppin!