FREE Table Team Jobs are perfect for putting your students into teams of 4-5. This can help build a class community where everyone feels a part of the group and there is no arguing about who does what. Each team member at the table will have a job to do which will help make your classroom run smoother.It's easy to do.

FREE Table Team Jobs are perfect for putting your students into teams of This can help build a class community where everyone feels a part of the group and there is no arguing about who does what

Your Job -vs- My Job: This is a great back to school activity.  We met up at the small group table and discussed jobs that students might have, and the jobs a teacher has to do. We discussed what would happen if we didn't do these things? Once we created our anchor chart we all signed it as a contract reminding ourselves of the importance of being responsible and doing our jobs in the classroom.

First Day of School activity - Students' Job & Teacher's Job--I do this similar activity each year except I do 4 squares. Teacher job is/teacher job is not, student job is/student job is not

Free Printable After School Job Chart - Love that it is customizable!

After School Job Chart - Free Printable

Free Printable After School Job Chart - I like that they are hanging somewhere in view. Could do morning routine on one side and afternoon/evening on the other to just flip

1. The First-Year Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools and Activities for Meeting the Challenges of Each School Day, by ...

The Top 50 Books For Teachers Infographic some thing to read and add to my reading list . it is getting too long

FREE PRINTABLE! After School Checklist For Kids | Made From Pinterest | Illustrations courtesy of Susan Fitch Illustration and Design

After School Job Chart - Free Printable

FREE PRINTABLE! After School Checklist For Kids | Made From Pinterest | Illustrations courtesy of Susan Fitch Illustration and Design

Program Board with Media Center Helper ideas.   Helpers - to be named...  Put slips in pockets with name of "helper" activity they can select when they come to help in the media center.  Examples:  Shelve Books  Straighten Shelves (have sections listed)  Dust Shelves  Sharpen Pencils  Clean Tables  Book Level in E books (with PERMISSION ONLY)  etc.

Help Wanted bulletin board. Pockets with classroom job descriptions. Write student names on craft sticks and place them in appropriate pocket. Fun and easy way to switch up student jobs throughout the year.

Tips for Creating and Managing Classroom Jobs {job charts, student jobs, classroom management} - Clutter-Free Classroom

Tips for Creating and Managing Classroom Jobs {job charts, student jobs, classroom management} (Clutter-Free Classroom)

Classroom jobs are important for teaching students to be responsible and help out when needed. Tips for Creating and Managing Classroom Jobs {job charts, student jobs, classroom management} - Clutter-Free Classroom

3rd Grade Thoughts: Building Student Responsibility: Classroom Jobs

Building Student Responsibility: Classroom Jobs

33 Classroom Job/ Helpers- in BRIGHT Polka Dot & Chalkboard !  This set has 33 different Classroom Jobs with precious clip art PLUS a HEADER and 6 blank/editable cards! 4 job cards per page.   I've also included 6 EDITABLE blank job cards! You will need PowerPoint to add text to these blank cards. It is a .pptx PowerPoint File :)

Classroom Jobs in BRIGHT Polka Dot & Chalkboard and EDITABLE Job Cards

33 Classroom Job/ Helpers- in BRIGHT Polka Dot & Chalkboard ! This set has 33 different Classroom Jobs with precious clip art PLUS a HEADER and 6 blank/editable cards! 4 job cards per page. I've also included 6 EDITABLE blank job cards!

An interview is an evaluation of whether or not the school can provide the kind of support and experience you’re looking for, not just the other way around. Treat it like so by asking these five essential questions before accepting any teaching position.

An interview is an evaluation of whether the school can provide the kind of support and experience you’re looking for, not just the other way around. Treat it like so by asking these five essential questions before accepting any teaching position.

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