Thursday, July 10, 2014

2014-2015 Ultimate Editable Binder


My binder's done! Now it's official. I can start my real planning and school work! Because I changed positions last year mid-year, I didn't have a great organizational system for my notes (especially going back and forth between two schools). It was crazy! I would go to one school, only to realize I'd left that school's notebook at home or at the other school. It wasn't working for me at all. This year, I was bound and determined to consolidate my three notebooks and calendar into one simple all purpose book. I can't wait to get started using it. (If you'd like to check out the 200 page file, here it is in my TPT store). 

I made loads of blank, editable filler pages and divider pages, and a 12 month calendar complete with week-day pages. I printed out just the pages I wanted to use for myself and had it bound at Office Max for $5.50.

I used sticky file folder labels ($1 at Walmart) to make my tabs. School info, Calendar, Principal's info, Teacher Requests, PD plans, Schedules, Reflection, and Miscellaneous

Behind each two-page month calendar are pages for each week so I can write things in more detail.

I made a filler page here to put both of my school's information on to one sheet. I've also printed several contact sheets so I can add in teacher information.


I use this for writing down things my principals have asked me to do. I printed two colors of filler pages to go behind the tab-one color for each principal. 

I added this into my binder because I wanted it close by for when I meet with my supervisors if I needed it.

I'm a big list maker! There's something so satisfying about being able to cross something off of a list. Plus, writing down what I need to do helps organize my thinking. 

Okay, I have no idea why this picture is sideways...It's not this way on my computer, but something happened during the upload. Anyway, I have a bunch of filler paper behind this section so I can jot down questions that teachers ask of me. I have a horrible memory, so writing down requests is a must for me. 

I can't wait to put this to use! I chose the gray and turquoise color scheme because I think it will be calming and looks crisp and clean. I'm really hoping that I've come up with an organized solution for keeping track of everything at my two schools. 

I organized mine like this...
  • School info (pages behind with school info and contact sheets)
  • Calendar/Planner
    • 2-page monthly calendars
    • pages behind each month labeled by day (2-page weekly spread)
  • Principal Notes
    • filler pages with lines for writing notes during meetings with my principals
  • Teacher Requests
    • filler pages with lines for jotting 
  • To Do Lists
    • LOTS of to do list pages
  • PD Plans
    • premade charts so I can list the titles of PD I need to do, and spaces to check off and date when they are finished at each school
  • Schedules
    • pages for notating or pasting classroom schedules
    • pages for notating or pasting school schedules
  • Reflection
    • lined pages for reflecting on my work
  • Miscellaneous
    • lined pages for anything else
    • password page for listing websites' passwords for both schools


...but the possibilities are endless with all the editable pages in this product. Check it out here for more info


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