Do you PIN? Isn't it the most addictive thing ever? I spend WAY too much time on there! That being said, I'm loving all the ideas for the Reading Binder. I've always kept a teacher binder complete with lesson plans and everything else under the sun. With the fact that I'll be teaching only Reading next year, I'm adjusting and trying to only include things I'll need. I'm currently working on the Assessment tab. Our school uses the DRA2 as part of our reading assessment. I used F & P (Fountas and Pinnell) grade level expectations chart to create one for my binder. The F&P chart is available under supporting materials on Heinemann's website.
Here's my version: