Follow me this year as I try for the fifth time to go digital. Some say, "third time's the charm." It wasn't for me. Maybe the fifth time, with some extra determination, will do the trick!
Handwritten vs. Digital? How do you keep records of your conferences?
A few years ago I thought I had a brilliant idea. I created a master writer's notebook since my notebook writing, which I shared with students during writing conferences and in minilessons, was spread out in several writer's notebooks. Instead of carrying multiple writer's notebooks with me when I conferred, I thought it would be… Continue reading A Master Writer’s Notebook in Evernote
Today's guest blog post by Cathy Mere will help you jump on the electronic record-keeping bandwagon. Learn how to use Evernote to keep conferring notes on all of your students.
There are a variety of record-keeping apps, which make it possible to monitor your students' writing progress. Confer, DailyNotes, Evernote, and Notability are four popular apps that promise to make it easier, dare-I-say a pleasure to maintain meaningful conferring notes on all of your students. Have you made use of any of these apps in… Continue reading Conferring Notes Go High Tech