HOW TO COLLECT STUDENT WORK and KEEP IT ORGANIZED

Collect, organize, and manage ongoing projects, work in progress assignments, assignment boards, unfinished student work, and more by organizing your kids using simple classroom procedures and paper storage hacks to make your life easier.
Collecting and organizing student work can be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to be! Check out the organization tools below and learn how using a single shelf can make your life easier.

This blog post will…

  • offer ideas for organization tools for collecting student work
  • recommend a system for where the tools go

Before we begin:




Organization Tools for Collecting Student Work

  • Boxes
  • Dishpans
  • Baskets
  • Folders
  • Binders


Single Shelf Solution

  • Designate one specific space in our classroom to house all of the incoming and outgoing papers. 
  • Use a single shelf in the front of the classroom for everything students need to turn in (folders, worksheets, homework, etc.).
  • Dedicate the entire shelf to managing so many of the papers we deal with daily. 
  • Include a basket for the students to place their folders into each morning as well as a tray for collecting homework.
  • Provide labeled bins for the students to use when passing in their assignments.
  • Keep your daily lesson plans and daily work boxes on the bottom shelf.
  • House all of the district-wide assessments that the children take throughout the year here too.


Learn how to easily collect student work in your classroom using turn in bins for each subject. These classroom organization and management tips will save you time and make you a more organized teacher.


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Learn how to easily collect student work in your classroom using turn in bins for each subject. These classroom organization and management tips will save you time and make you a more organized teacher.



Learn how to easily collect student work in your classroom using turn in bins for each subject. These classroom organization and management tips will save you time and make you a more organized teacher.




Learn how to easily collect student work in your classroom using turn in bins for each subject. These classroom organization and management tips will save you time and make you a more organized teacher.

Collect, organize, and manage ongoing projects, work in progress assignments, assignment boards, unfinished student work, and more by organizing your kids using simple classroom procedures and paper storage hacks to make your life easier.




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