Tuesday, April 2, 2013

My Favorite Topic: Organization

Like most Type-A SLP's, I love to organize.  I'm not sure how to express how much I love organizing, but let's just say that the thought of organizing all my children's books into thematic units this summer makes my heart smile and action of paper clipping a set of IEP documents into little packets warms my soul.

With that said, I took on my favorite project this year so far of creating documents to help keep me more organized and the best part is these documents are all owl themed!  So, not only will I be the most organized SLP on the block, but I will also be documenting in style.

I would love to go more in-depth of how I keep organized, but I did not really like how I organized myself this year, which is why I will postpone such a post until next school year (oh my, how I have ideas for next year!).  The documents I created will be the forms I plan on using next year.  I will only have 6 weeks when I return from maternity leave and I don't think redesigning my system is a good idea at this point!

So, for those of you who are looking for a new system, either this year or next, I have created a packet of forms.  Learn more about the documentation system I created at my TeachersPayTeachers store here

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I would love to hear how you all keep organized!  Please share in the comments section!


  1. I love your owl organization! I've been using more technology than papers this year to eliminate some of paperwork since that's so much of what we do! BUT I didn't feel like using my iPad apps or my computer was any more time efficient this year! Thanks for the ideas!

  2. Thank you! I was in the same situation you were! I started out this school year keeping all my student logs on google docs and then syncing them to my awesomenotes app on my IPad, BUT all the sudden I would loose a student's google document or it wasn't saving like I thought it was, so I decided old fashion paper was a little more dependable. Plus, I would find myself writing notes during sessions, then transferring them to google docs, which just took up a lot of time!

  3. Courtney- I bought this packet on TPT and I LOVE it! It makes me so excited for things I want to implement next year (like you, I am creating lots of "projects")! I will for sure be purchasing more of your stuff on TPT soon!

    1. Thanks, Casey! Do you have a TPT store? I've been reading your blog and your ideas are so cute! Love it!