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Teacher Talk Blog | How to save time with a 'Parent's Signature' Stamp
8 April 2014 15:25:00 BST
How I save time with a 'Parent's Signature' Stamp
With the new large format parent’s signature, self-inking stamp, marking and checking has been easier and instructions for students to get their test signed has also been clearer.
I therefore spend less of my time chasing the students to get their work signed and once it has been done, I no longer have to search for through the papers to find it as it stands out loud and clear.
I’m a French teacher and for my CM1 and CM2 students, I chose the English version of the ‘Parent’s Signature’ stamp and for my lower level classes, the French ‘Signature des parents’ version of the stamp.
They are easy to use, I really like the funky shape holder which sits in a snug fitting tray on my desk. I use the stamp for every test (so quite often!) and also for the ‘Bilan d’anglais’ for each semester’s report folder.
In summary I find it a real time saver for test and evaluation papersand would recommend it to any teacher facing the same type of marking mountain!
To view the product pages for these stamps - just click the appropriate image shown above.
Mdm Jane is an English Primary school grade teacher living in France. As well as teaching English and Chinese, Mdm Jane is a mother of 3 young children and therefore has the challenge of juggling the needs of home life and her career. As a 'true believer' in the power of reward stickers and stamps in the classroom, she writes for the Classroom Capers Blog to share her experiences and ideas with other teachers.