Top Teacher Tip #12: Use Labels for Anecdotal Notes
10 February 2013 - 5 min Read
Welcome back from the holidays everyone. While we were away we posted Top Teacher tips and they have been quite popular! For this reason we have decided to make it a semi regular post on our blog. If you missed our old tips you can scroll back to see them or check them out on our Pinterest board. This weeks tip is a great way to make keeping anecdotal notes and observations easy and fuss free.
Tip #12 Anecdotal Notes File 5092
Use address labels and a clipboard. As you go through your day write your notes on the address labels. Later, stick them onto the child's file. Quick and easy! You can also monitor specific children by writing their name/s on to the label - this will allow you to be more focused in your observations. Then, during parent/teacher conferences or at reporting time, just pull out the note card and share your observations. 'Remember keep calm and pretend it's on the lesson plan!' Top Teacher xx

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