With only a few months left until I am in charge of my own classroom, the idea of becoming a teacher is still terrifying to me. I am confident that I will be able to teach students about literature and writing. I am confident that I have the ability to bring students together as a group. I am even confident that I may be able to inspire a high school student. All of these things, however, revolve around the absolute perfection of one ability: organization.

Contrary to what my parents might believe, I am actually an organized person when I put my mind to a task at hand. The only problem with my abilities, however, is that it takes me a very long time to reach the point of a comfortable form of organization. However, with the website, yourwebapps.com, organization is something that practically happens by itself. This free software is an amazing tool for all educators and can have a variety of implications for organization in the classroom.

Obviously, there are many ways to apply this software into any sort of educational setting. For the consideration of time, I will examine examples of how this organizational software can assist educators themselves and how it can help educators assist students.

First, yourwebapps.com has a variety of applications for the purpose of keeping teachers organized within their own classroom. This software can help keep track of virtually anything. In my classroom, I plan to have an extensive library of diverse literature that can be used for both primary and supplementary reading for students in my classes. However, having such a large and diverse library means that keeping track of all the books could become extremely difficult. However, with this software, I can keep track of what books exist, where they are located in the library, and when applicable, which students have borrowed which books.

Second, and possibly most importantly, yourwebapps.com can help teachers help students. As cliché as this may sound, it can be extremely effective in keeping your classroom organized in such a way that teachers may finally be able to effectively help each student individually based on his or her needs. For example, the Friday of each week, I, as an educator, could spend time at the end of every day assessing the needs of each student by updating their information in this online database. It could include such things as results of formal and informal assessments, any notes on discipline, and things to work on with that student in the future. During the week, then, it would be possible to examine a student’s file in order to remember precisely how to help that student.

Obviously, these examples of how to utilize this web software only scratch the surface of the abilities of yourwebapps.com. This software can and will be extremely helpful in a classroom, and I look forward to using it in mine.

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White People199139458841Alfred A. Knopf, INC.2271201252
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My Date With Satan1999684857014Scribner Publishing22111802223
The Radioactive Boyscout2005812966600Villard Books1481508197
Secret Lives of U.S. President20041931686572Quirk Books1731307271
Poetry Slam2000916397661Manic D Press1522004237
The Last Lecture20089781401323257Hyperion2241709206
School of the Arts20059780060752460Harper Perennial14101705102
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