Every teacher needs a user-friendly system that helps keep endless markings, checks, and worksheets on top. Plan as thoroughly as you can, and if it is not yet, organize an organization. It's really amazing how much paperwork and marking gets in the first year. It is easy for a new teacher to feel overwhelming and confused. Try to avoid these initial feelings by designing the lessons as you can. Draw on a system that is simple and user-friendly. Check out these tips when organizing or opening the classroom for the autumn semester.
Keep in mind that well-organized and well-prepared classes are important to being a well-trained class. Buy a flash drive, hard drive, or consider creating a Google Document Account.
2) If you are using a paper-based program, get everything you need for smooth access to the academic year. Making significant calendar dates; wait until your class is created to copy students. If you work with an electronic system, decide on the weighing weights or averaging system and determine the formula in the software.
Make sure you have a storage plan.
3) Design materials such as loading / accounting systems and finding a specific place to find these bundles. Keep only 1 master copy of each file and recycle last year's bulk copies. Make sure you have a copy on your computer!
4) Make a make-up work plan and space that is ready for action on the first day of school. You never know when to have him.
5) Choose a place for this year's paperwork. If each student has a unique student file, each class must have an organizational system. If each course or section is stored in a separate file, arrange this system as well. Try really, really, very hard an empty binder account this year. You may be able to place the papers at least in the document box and close the drawer even if you do not have time or you need to enter a folder.
6) Old pictures and news clips are yellow and fragile. Laminate colored pictures and the rest to be recycled. Libraries give a great space to unwanted textbooks and old readers, which students no longer need to use.  Teachers working in the same class (s) for a community file or folder can help quick and easy access to workpages. Again, these skills and subjects should be subdivided
Organize your own additional source material. This can be a teacher's checklist you often consult and use, some uplifting words for bad days or a list of reminders.
9) You have a folder with school policies and policies. You need to know where you stand for the disciplinary problems of your school. If this file is easily accessible, it will certainly help you face difficult and unpredictable classroom situations, which will undoubtedly happen.  If you are a reading teacher, you may have a folder for informal reading remarks listen to your listeners reading the first week. Preliminary evaluations e-surveys) are particularly important for students to learn about the first few weeks of the school.
11) There are postcards that are ready to send the first or second day to the parents. You can view a separate archive with different leaf folders.
12) Keep a folder with the required publications for any new student who can arrive a week or a month later. There is nothing worse than circulating around a room for important new publications.
13) If applicable, place a bus list. Keep an extra copy in your folder.
14) Make sure there is a timetable for lunch and PE. This is very important for students. Again, keep the master copy in your folder.
15) Open the folder containing blank calendar templates on the first day of the school. Younger students can send letters to their parents by letter and tell them what they learned from day to day. Older people can also write the intention to set goals, which applies to a good academic year. Store additional folders for empty spaces, blank papers, and other templates.