I am one of the worst when it comes to putting something down and then not being able to find it again. In my music classroom, it was usually the CD remote. It would be right under my nose and I wouldn't see it, but excited students would. They'd run up en masse to be the first one to grab it and hand it to me. Of course, that would start arguments. I also used a Whole Brain Teaching  scoreboard to help with classroom management. There were generally kids who wanted to put the tally marks up as well. AND, those who wanted to clean the room even though it was my rule that students were responsible for their own messes...... So.... At the start of the second semester, after the holiday break, I decided to establish student jobs. Because I wanted to make sure each student had at least one chance to do a job, I established 3-4, depending on the activity. I started with Student Conductor, who would be the basic eyes for the class, help direct singing, or run errands. The remote issu...