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Binder Explosion

on August 10, 2014

So, I may have gone a little nutso during the recent TpT Back to School Sale…

I think I now have a binder for everything.

I have:

In addition I printed (and laminated!) some classroom objectives that I can hang in my therapy room to cover that “posted learning objectives” box on my evaluation.

I spent all of yesterday and most of the past week printing, laminating, and filing all this great stuff into binders and had so much fun.  I can’t wait to get it into my room next week!

My husband mentioned to me the other day that after having me at home all summer and with me going back in a few days, he plans on using this change to really grind out a good, organized, productive schedule for his day.  He work from home, so having me here has completely disrupted his work flow.  I realized when he said this that I was doing precisely that.  Last year, being as it was my first year as an SLP and with a population that I was not particularly comfortable with, I completely flew by the seat of my pants and had no clear direction in my therapy or in my caseload management.  Moving to this new school I really want to start off on the right foot; knowing that I am capable, that I do have direction, and I can manage my caseload in an effective way.  (And also I want to show off to my new boss and prove that the faith he put in the woman who transferred me and the faith she put in me is justified).

I also purchased, while wondering around Staples and Office Depot waiting for my prints to be completed, an Owl theme classroom decor kit.  My plan is to have everything be Owl related (behavior rewards, birthday cards, etc.) and go under that slogan of “Outstanding and Wonderful Leaders in Speech/language therapy.”  Anyway, that’s a a blog post for next week when I get my room set up.

Until then!

 

 

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