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Call for Help
What a unique way for students to get your attention when they need help without disrupting the class! See if Ms. Burk's tip can work for you!
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Computer Class Organization
The computer lab can get cluttered before you know it. See how Ms.Stockton enlists - and motivates - her students to keep everything in good order.
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Computer Lab Questions
Handling computer lab questions - especially from younger learners - can be daunting. In this tip, Ms. Maiers shares an idea that gets questions answered and teaches good lessons in waiting one's turn.
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Computer Lab Scheduling
Scheduling for the computer lab can be crazy-making. Ms. Busch offers a tip that could create a smoother way to make sure your computer users get the time they need, and the peace of mind YOU need..
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Computer Monitoring
SInce computer time can quickly turn into stuents' chatty time, wouldn't it be convenient to monitor and control behavior at each child' screen? Read about how Mr. Edwards does in a virtual way that gets real-time resuts!
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Computer Stoplights
The computer lab can to go from calm to chaos in just minutes. Read about Ms. Steigerwalt's creative use of paper cups to keep the order.
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Computer Timelines
Learning about timelines can be a year 'round activity! See how Mr. Bloom's tip not only invovled the lesson but gives each student a memento of the school year to take home on the last day
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Enlarged Mouse Pads
Her young students sometimes have difficulty keeping their mice on their pads, so Ms. Sharpless came up with a unique, inexpensive solution that helps students point, click and scroll with ease. Find out how she did it.
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Favorite Sites
Her students often get distracted from their assigned Internet research when they stumble upon interesting but off-topic Web sites. Ms. Scheidt has a low-tech solution to this problem that keeps students on-task without stifling their curiosity.
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Good Typing Skills
Finally, a way to stop students from looking at their keys when learning to touch type! I found some removable garage sale round stickers at Target. I cut each color as it coordinates to the typing te...
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