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Collection by Bianca Sanford

Bianca Sanford
Rating scales are a lifesaver when it comes to tracking problem behavior for a behavior support plan. They can help you figure out whether the severity is getting better or worse and they are easy to use. This post has tons of examples of rating scales and behavior data sheets that will make a special education teacher's life so much easier!! #pbis #rti #datacollection #specialeducation #specialeducationdata #appliedbehavioranalysis #positivebehavioralsupport

Behavior Data Sheets That Will Rock Your BIPs!

Looking for easy ways to collect behavioral data in a #specialed class? Don't miss this post!

These easy to use rubrics are created with a Marzano grading scale in mind. All you need to do is print the template, stick the post its, and print again. Have them stocked up in your drawer for your next assignment! Students will love the consistency this rubric can bring to your assignments and parents will love the posted grades! Teachers will love the convenience!

Post It Note Rubrics

A blog to find the best advice for primary teachers and their issues with Common Core Standards, classroom management, technology, and lessons.

I left school in May with my classroom set-up for the start of the new school year. All of my bulletin boards were done. I even had swi...

Fixer Upper Inspired Classroom

I left school in May with my classroom set-up for the start of the new school year. All of my bulletin boards were done. I even had swi...

How to make Classroom Curtains #Classroomdecor #teachersfollowteachers #classdecorations


How to make Classroom Curtains #Classroomdecor #teachersfollowteachers #classdecorations

I want to make that ribbon curtain for my door!!

Mrs. Guntorius' Kindergarten Class

Farmhouse Style Classroom Decor: Burlap and Galvanized metal

Farmhouse Style Classroom Decor

I have redecorated my classroom and changed over to a farmhouse / fixer upper style theme . That means lots of burlap and galvanized m...

I bet you've never realized that you can find a lot for your classroom at a hardware store! Melissa from Got to Teach shares a super helpful list of all of the classroom supplies you can buy at your local hardware store.

Classroom Finds From the Hardware Store

Minds in Bloom is excited to present Melissa with her post on using items from the hardware store in the classroom! Enjoy! Aside form TeachersPayTeachers, my favorite place to shop for classroom and teaching supplies is the hardware store. The Home Depot, Lowe's, True Value--I love them all! Here are just a few goodies I found on my latest window-shopping spree. Enjoy! 1.

My Classroom Reveal! - Teach Create Motivate

My classroom is something I spend a lot of time, effort, blood, sweat, tears, and love I am sure all of you do! I am so excited to reveal it to you!

MissKinBK: A Fifth Grade Blog: Using Data to Drive Choices in Math Workshop. I like this one!

Using Data to Drive Choices in Math Workshop

As teachers, we used data all of the time. We use data to plan our lessons, to form our groups and to evaluate our students. This is the first year, I've given my students the responsibility of making choices in our math workshop based on their data. I found this picture on Pinterest and decided to do the same thing. Link to My Teacher Friend's Blog Post about Math Benchmark Data {Taking a very deep breath.} Here is our data from after the first benchmark math test, given some time in…