Become an Organized Teacher in 2015

The easiest way to have organized all important data about students during the school year is through a portfolio that includes:

2015 calendar (mine is from Honduras)

Schedule Diagnostic test (It is applied to know students´ level)

Learning styles test (to know if students learn in a visual, kinesthetic, or auditory way)


Students list Parents´ contact numbers

Student´s address list

Students’ birth date and ages Registration

Format for classwork and homework Registration

Format for students´ participation

Attendance list

Registration of students´ behavior

Parents’ meetings formats (Mines are in Spanish because parents probably don´t know English) Lesson Plans You´ll need this per class or grade.



About Wilma Ortega

I am an English teacher. And I have created this blog for people that do not have pedagogical help them dealing with problems

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