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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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Adopt a Hallway
To keep our school looking neat and clean, I suggested an 'Adopt a Hallway' program. Classes volunteered to police the halls for litter and our principal posted signs reminding us to 'Keep Riverside B...
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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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Before the School Year
Before school begins in the fall, I invite all my students and their parents/guardians for a special back-to-school night in my classroom. In this informal setting, we all get to know each other and t...
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Best Buddies
Why not get students involved in the Best Buddies Organization, which is nation-wide? Not only do students become more involved with handicapped students but it also serves as community service hours....
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Breakfast Graphs
In September, we define a 'good' breakfast and talk about how important it is to start our day. Each morning I ask how many students had a 'good' breakfast and we make a line graph to show how many 'g...
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Buddy System
Ms. Johnston has created independence for herself and her students by creating a class buddy system. Peers check up on each other to insure they have their homework, read to each other, and give each other support.
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Capturing School Experiences
The school year is filled with special, unforgettable moments, especially for younger students. Ms. Richardson has a unique way of making sure parents can share in these moments.
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Classroom Chat
Sharon ends each day ends on a positive note during a sit-down chat that builds trust and community amongst the whole class. Find out how she guides discussion in order to praise good behavior, resolve squabbles and prepare for the next day of learning.
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Easy Button Rewards
Ms. Goss builds community and motivates her class by allowing students to push her buttons – her Easy Button that is. Read more about how her students look for opportunities to shine and to recognize each other’s achievements.
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