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Absent Students II
Read about Mr. Ellefson's unique way to make sure that absent students get their assignments while promoting community service inside his classroom.
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Accommodating Blind Students
Ms. Ostwald is the parent of a vision-impaired child. Read her thoughtful tips about accommodaating blind children with hands-on lessons and other ways to learn - dispite their disability.
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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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Adaptations For Deaf/Blind Students
What a wonderful way of giving a deaf or blind student accessibility, comfort, and confidence in the classroom and the lessons being taght. Read about what works for Ms. Baumfalk and see if you can integrate her meanigful advice at your school..
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Adopt a Hallway
This tip from Ms. Partridge is a unique way to build students' respect for school cleanlliness while teaching them the value of voluteerism and service.
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Advice for Asperger's
Ms. Watterson says with these tips, she has learned more from her students with autism than they have ever learned from her.
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Appropriate Feedback
Ms. May’s students learn to make positive comments and give constructive criticism when analyzing their peer’s work. Read about how she models appropriate feedback for her students and makes use of her unique Glow and Grow worksheets.
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Backchannel Discussions
Tech-savvy teachers like Ms. M. are using backchannels to manage large group discussions and other classroom activities to save time, facilitate feedback, and make sure even the shiest of students participate
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Badges
Ms. Todd sharaes an idea that not only creates a safer school, but also enlists the creativity of the student body to implement. See if you can make this tip work for your school!
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Before the School Year
As you know, the first several days of school can be daunting. Read about how Ms. Means gets parents, students, and even administrators ready for school before the year even starts!
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