First of all, I have all of these pieces (as well as my weekly schedule for each student and adult and evacuation plans) posted in a top-loading sheet right beside my door for easy access for anyone who comes into the classroom.
I have a cover letter, which describes the general set-up of the classroom (including schedules, structure, student ratios/groupings, stations, and behavioral strategies utilized). I also include a sample of an IEP Minutes Spreadsheet. The IEP Minutes Spreadsheet displays where each IEP goal is being worked on throughout the day and it looks like this:
Next, I do curriculum maps for my academic subjects like math and reading. This covers my "teacher time" station, guided reading group station, and math groups. Here, I am starting to try and tie in the Common Core standards that are being utilized. A sample math one is shown below.
For the other stations not covered, I rely on my general plans/IEP minutes spreadsheets since it would be impossible to plan this detailed for every student and every subject. In a huge way, our IEP goals and benchmarks are each student's individual curricular map, so they should definitely count for something!
For my academic curricular maps shown above, I then plan out activities for each day of the month. An example of those plans are shown below.
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