Management and Organization:
A Game Plan for Success
and Managing Work
Assignments should be based on instructional objectives and provide
opportunties for students to extend, refine, or rehearse the skills or
content of the lesson. The teacher must have a system for providing
meaningful and relevant assignments and managing their work.
Promote Student Responsibility and Accountability to Learning
- Make sure students fully understand what they are supposed to do
and how they are to do it.
- Communicate clear procedures for assignment distribution and
- Monitor student completion of assignments and mastery of
- Provide timely feedback on assignments.
- Develop and administer a fair and prompt policy for make-up work.
Develop and Implement a Fair and Consistent Grading Process
- Ensure your system for grading is consistent with the school
and school systemís policy.
- Record both formative and summative progress of student growth.
- Record both grades and daily attendance.
- Involve students in monitoring their own progress.
Use brightly-colored file boxes (and keep them in a
consistent location) for students to locate their work and your
Work out a procedure with the office and with students whereby
students can safely turn in work to you when you are not in a regular
- Create a web page for communicating with parents and students and
for posting assignments.
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