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Mrs. M says:
"Making a laminated daily checklist may be one of the best organizational things I've done all year. It has kept me on track for each class and saved me from losing my sanity by the end of the day!"
She has tweaked the checklist several times since she originally created it. Although she initially used regular lamination, she found that it was too thin and didn't erase easily. Now, she laminates her list using Scotch Self-Seal Laminating Pouches. For writing on the list, she uses Sharpie Ultra-Fine Point Markers or Bic Ultra-Fine Point Markers. They wipe off easily at the end of the day by writing over them with a dry erase marker and then wiping off (see a demonstration from an earlier edition of #EdHack here).
Thank you, Mrs. M, for sharing your #EdHack with us! And readers... she has been kind enough to share her daily checklist document with us! You can get a copy of the editable document by clicking the button below.
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