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I should start out by saying that I LOVE planning.  Yes, there are challenging parts to the process, but thinking about what I need to teach and how my students will learn best, really gets the gears in my mind moving.

I have always used student jobs in my classroom.  I didn't, however, always run them well.  Sure, we rotated the job chart every week (if I remembered).  Sure, most of my students completed their roles (half-heartedly).  But, it seemed as though my classroom jobs were becoming more work than they were worth.  Where was I going wrong??  After a lot of trial and error, here is what I discovered.

Are you a teacher who wants to have a classroom that is neat and organized?

But you don't have enough time during the day.

Or there are are too many papers.

Maybe you just don't know where to start.

Either way, you are in the right place.

Do you ever feel as though there are constantly papers piling up on your desk? And you just don't know what to do with them all?  Here are just a few tips to keep you (and your students) organized in the classroom!
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