'Record Keeping Made Simple provides excellent tips and would be perfect for both new and experienced teachers. I picked up a number of useful pointers that I had never thought of in my 28 years of teaching' - Sharon Jeffery, National Board Certified Teacher, Plymouth Public Schools, MA 'This book will help teachers deal effectively with students and parents, protect themselves with adequate and proper documentation, and improve student achievement. It's also easy to read and gets to the point' - Charles F. Adamchik, Jr. Director of Curriculum Learning Sciences International, Blairsville, PA Transform record keeping from a dreaded chore into a strategy for success! It's no secret that even the most successful teachers struggle to make the best use of their time. This enlightening text provides tips, strategies, and best practices for how all teachers-from novices to veterans-can find additional daily time while also improving documentation through better record-keeping management. Included in this resource are dozens of reproducible forms to assist teachers in maintaining accurate records, from lesson plans to records of parent-teacher conferences.
These forms, along with invaluable author insight, will assist teachers in: * Developing lifelong habits in good record keeping * Helping their school meet accountability measures while reducing liability threats * Discovering the real-life benefits that result from good record keeping * Learning how to tailor record-keeping strategies to meet the needs of special populations, parents, and more Learn how fast and accurate record keeping can save time and result in even more successful teaching!
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(279mm x 215mm x 9mm)
Corwin Press Inc
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Author Biography - Nancy Diane Mierzwik
Diane Mierzwik currently teaches seventh and eighth grade English at Parkview Middle School for the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District in California. In her 16 years of teaching, she has had experience with first- through 12th graders. She has been Gifted And Talented Education coordinator, Leadership team member, Department Head, a mentor teacher, completed the Inland Empire Writing Project, and served as a Language Arts consultant for the California Language Arts Project. She is also the author of Quick and Easy Ways to Connect With Students and Their Parents, available from Corwin Press, and Wishes in the Field, a middle grade historical fiction novel.