Student Management

Job Assignments

In order to get all of your students involved in the classroom community, assign a job for each student. These jobs should be rotated by you on a regular schedule (weekly) in order to provide equal opportunity for each student. One way of doing this easily is to use self-adhesive library pockets and tongue depressors. You can have students help you with this by having them draw pictures of the different jobs on the pockets. You can also use photographs of your students performing the job or clipart. Have each student design their own tongue depressor, making their name stand out. Display the library pockets by attaching them to a large piece of tagboard or posterboard or make it into a bulletin board design. Use the tongue depressors to make job assignments and rotate them consistently.

More Student Management Ideas

Certificate Ceremony
Student Spotlight Week
Line ’Em Up
Attention Problems?
It’s What You Wear
Behavior Flowchart
Lining Up
Seating Arrangements
Picture Magnets
Musical Cues
Board Eraser
Guest Speaker
Discipline Notes
Random Rewards
Picking Partners
Chair Tilters
Job Assignments
Sponge Basket
Fire Drill Prep
Energy Patrol
Specific Praise
Volume Control
Show and Tell Notebook
Seating Arrangments
Chair Stacker
Provide Variety
Compliment Mailbox
Earned Privileges
Choice Cards
Peace Maker Place
Name Sticks
Rug Time
Quick Finishes
Tea Time
Weekly Meeting
Plant Water/Animal Feeding Schedule