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Absent Students II
One of the things I hate dealing with is parents and little brothers and sisters coming in at the end of the day wanting the missed homework for an ill student. The way I deal with this is to have a s...
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Assigned Weekly Monitors
I find that having assigned weekly monitors cuts down on the kids begging to be a helper. Every week I choose a clerk, a librarian, a folder monitor and a custodian. The clerk passes out papers, the l...
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Behavior Dots
Ms. Taylor holds down noise levels in her classroom by rewarding students for monitoring and correcting their own noisy behavior. All it takes are her grade book, a handful of prizes, certificates, and an array of dots.
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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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Class Homework Checker
In the beginning of the year, I talk about student jobs that we have within the classroom. One of the jobs is called 'Homework Checker.' The Homework Checker uses a clipboard and rotates around the ro...
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Class Log Book
Learn how this teacher uses a classroom helper and daily log book to help students track their own absences and make-up work – and save herself from mountains of paperwork.
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Class Note Taker
I keep a folder for each class period in a file stacker at the front of the room and assign a note taker every day. The note taker uses carbon paper and notebook paper to copy the notes from the lectu...
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Classroom Bosses
Here’s a suggestion for developing a system of classroom helpers that puts this characteristic to good use. It helps students take more ownership of the classroom and allows them to give and show respect to each other.
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Classroom Help
Place an ad next year to hire classroom help. Motivate students to stay employed by doing a good job.
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Computer Class Organization
A computer lab can get cluttered in a hurry so I assign a Row Manager each day for each row of computers in the room. At the end of the period, this student is responsible for reminding other students...
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