Thursday, March 8, 2012


You can never predict when the copy machine will break down or when there will be a long line, so most teachers learn quickly it’s best to do as much copying as far in advance as you can. The trouble then sometimes becomes where to store all of those handouts so that you can easily find them when you need them. I keep a small crate at the front of the classroom with about six or seven file folders of each class’s color, and keep that week’s documents in there – easily available, low transition time. Any “leftovers” go into the folders in the filing cabinet, and then they rotate in the following week.

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