Teachers really have a tough job. In addition to being masters of the information and skills they are sharing with their students, they must provide a prescription for learning, and assess whether or not students have taken in this skill. In the ideal situation that is all teachers would ever have to do, but that is just the surface of what teachers do. Teachers use a mass of resources to prepare and execute their lessons. These resources need to be often stored and organized. In order to provide a proper learning environment for students, teachers will often need to manage the behavior of students and the class as a whole. The entire time they are performing these endless tasks, administrators expect teachers to document just about every aspect of their classroom. This ranges from what Sally may have scored on a quiz three weeks ago to who used the restroom last Thursday at 10 a.m.
This selection of teacher forms is great to help teachers maintain order in their classroom and lives for that matter. These teacher forms will help students begin to attribute a sense of ownership on their work, behavior, and study habits. There are many helpful pieces for teachers to be found here. The sheets can help you build documentation on your students to help shift accountability more in their direction when administrators and parents come calling. We also have little reminders available here to be used with your everyday. There a wide variety of logs to help you track what goes on around your classroom. If you get students into the habit of completing these forms, it becomes common place. You should save a ton of time by using such forms to speed your day along. Just print them and keep copies for the next time you will need it, which will be often.