Monday, August 1, 2011

Misc. Lesson - Teaching Tips From an Award-Winning National Board Certified Teacher

by Victoria Leon
3rd - 6th Grade

This revised product now has 134 teaching tips and 40 forms. The topics include Classroom Management, Discipline, State Standardized Tests, and gives you a step-by-step plan for the first week of the new school year. 
All of the forms may be customized for your own class if you use iWork. Half of the forms may be edited if you use Microsoft Word. The other half of the forms were created with a drawing program and couldn't be transferred to Word. However, you can still access all of the 40 forms using the PDF version. These PDF forms are written for a generic classroom and may not be edited or customized for your classroom. These forms are similar to a blackline master. 
The 17 topics are:
Before School Begins
Classroom Management
Filing Papers
First Day of Each Month
First Week of School - Day 1
First Week of School - Day 2
First Week of School - Friday
Last Month of School
Lesson Plan Book
Parent Communication
Parent Conferences
State Standardized Tests
The 95 pages may be easily printed by clicking on any of the 4 documents: 
TPT TEACHING TIPS 2011 - Please Read First
TPT Teaching Tips 2011 for iWork Users
TPT Teaching Tips 2011 for PDF Users
TPT Teaching Tips 2011 for Word Users
PLEASE E-MAIL ME at if you have trouble downloading the zip file. Be sure to include your e-mail address and buyer's name. I will send you an attachment directly to your e-mail address.
Have fun,
I received the Crystal Apple Award from N.B.C. News.
I was presented the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Los Angeles Educational Partnership. 
My Math Team won the first place trophy four times in the Los Angeles Unified School District's Math Tournament. 
I became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2000 and received a scaled score of 386 points (teachers needed a scaled score of 275 points to become certified.)
In 2010, I was able to obtain my National Board recertification.

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