I posted this picture on my Facebook Page this morning...
and I've had a few questions on how I organize my Common Core gradebooks and "I Can" statements.
So here's a blogpost with pictures on how I do it!
First, I got a 1" in binder. You won't need much bigger, but if all the standards are on one side, then it'll be bunched up and thicker on one side of the binder.
(Just accordion the standards in the sleeves, and it'll work.)
In each page protector, I put in the cover page for each standard, and then in the SAME sleeve, I house all the standards.
Behind the cover page and standards, I have the gradebook sheets that go with that sections.
Here's what it looks like as a "pan" out on the whole binder.
When I display them, I'm going to use pocket charts. Remember the Target Finds post??? Yep! They match my standards posters perfectly!
I have the header cards for each "subject" and then I'll put in the standards. My goal is to change them daily...BUT, I'm sure it'll be more like weekly! ha
Sometimes you might be able to fit 2 subjects on one pocket chart, but if you're going to do it weekly, then maybe just one subject per pocket chart.
OR you can just display them on your board or wall with sticky-tac!
The grade book is now EDITABLE!!! Add all the names and grades ON the computer!
Check them out!
So far I have Kinder, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd!
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