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Classroom Expectations. Lesson-Running Routines. Collecting & Recording Homework.

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classroom expectations

Classroom Expectations

Lesson-Running Routines

collecting recording homework
Collecting & Recording Homework
  • Returning homework:Mailboxes- Labeled with the students full name- Papers can be displayed on doc camera what is important and needs to be returned- Can file papers in mailboxes during conference/lunch/recess- Have students put their papers in take home folder the last 10 min of classCollecting homework:Drop Boxes- Students can place their assignments into the correct drawer labeled by subject- Done at the beginning of classThe drop box can be used so the teacher can sift through the homework and see who has turned theirs in. Additionally, itcan be used to see who is absent.
  • A drop box can also be used to turn in late forms or late assignments without having to interrupt the teacher. This drop box should be monitored daily or only put out during a specific time to update late work.

*Bins to turn in HW

*Mailboxes to grab handouts

*Reminder on whiteboard to turn in


*Bin for students to grab missing

Handouts and HW

classroom supplies
Classroom Supplies
  • Part of classroom management is using the
  • most of your instructional time to incorporate engaged
  • time. Students are not engaged if they are
  • looking for supplies or forgot them at home
  • Items such as pencils, glue, and notebook paper have to
  • replenished throughout the year and many families can simply
  • not afford to do this for their students.

*Supply Centers

  • Having a central location in the classroom that can also be visually
  • monitored is essential for student learning and task management.
  • Having the supplies in a central location can de-clutter space on
  • student tables, desks, and inside desks.
  • Homeroom parents can become essential!
paper headings
Paper Headings
  • Setting expectations is important but students understanding why it is expected helps implement routines.
  • Brainstorming together as a classroom for what a heading should look like is start. Asking your students, “Is there anything that must absolutely go on your paper before you turn it in?” “Is there an advantage to doing that?”
  • Performing a lot of modeling will help polish your routine and help students put routine to us.
  • If you use a paper collector, this student can be in charge of helping other students for their assigned group or table check for proper heading. This way it is a group effort , class works as a team for everyone to achieve.
  • Compliments and praise should be given when all students remember to put their correct headings.