1. Check Your State Laws

Not all states require a portfolio or an evaluation at the end of the year. It might surprise you to find out which states don't require these things.

2. Use spreadsheets to track everything

Track your lessons, activities, books, videos, and documentaries daily to help you create your end of year portfolio.

3. Keep a Journal

Keep a journal of your day for the days when you are not able to be at your computer to update your spreadsheet.

4. Get A Document Box

Keep every worksheet or project safe in a document box so you can pull these as examples of work that was done throughout the year.

Learn more about finding an evaluator, writing each subject synopsis, and everything you need for your end of year evaluation.