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Kickap 08-11-2019 01:09 PM

Classroom procedures for identifying students
 
I wanted to know how to use numbers in my classroom with identifying students. Do you go by first or last names or out of order? I'm planning to use this for their cubbies, homework, gradebook, tongue depressers, name plates, etc.

trexteach 08-11-2019 06:23 PM

Using numbers
 
I no longer use numbers for anything other than their book boxes, but when I used them for turning in homework, I went in order by their last names. It helped whenever they needed to line up in ABC order. Knowing their numbers just made it faster.

Tulips 08-12-2019 10:11 AM

Numbering the students
 
I use number the students based on their last names and I use them for everything. (I don't change them if a student moves or I get a new student, the point is just to have numbers.) For example, all students texts have a label with their number on them, binders have numbers, glue has numbers, permission slips have the numbers written on them, it just makes life easier.

Hope it helps!
Dee

Gromit 08-12-2019 10:42 AM

I use last name but don't reorder if students leave or arrive later.

Lakeside 08-12-2019 11:27 AM

I agree with last name.

Singvogel 08-12-2019 02:28 PM

by last name
 
I use last name so that when we do something like a sound-off, it's in record-keeping order.


If I get a new student, I insert that student into the existing line-up by adding a letter 1, 2, 3, 3a, 4, 5... That way, the students don't have to change their numbers.

MissESL 08-12-2019 04:17 PM

Identify Students
 
I do not use numbers.

I mark everything with first name, last initial.


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