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A Class Full of Reluctant Readers
If you’re having trouble getting your high school students to read and improve their reading skills, I would highly recommend the book, I Read It, but I Don't Get It: Comprehension Strategies for Adol...
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A Cure for Spring Fever
To counteract Spring Fever in students, retired educator Dave Foley uses rewards and positive peer pressure to keep students focused.
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A Purpose to Read
Through a service learning grant, this educator was able to foster the love of reading for her students after shool hours. See how this tip can enrich your community!
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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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Address Labels Make Good Stickers
Before you throw away all of those address labels from non-profit organizations, check out Ms. Sherman's tip. Your would-be trash could be come a classroom treasure.
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Adopt-a-Book... Plus!
Ms. Wargo has a creative way to get students intrested her school's media center. See what she recycles to keep kids enthusiastic about reading.
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Adopting Classroom Pets
How classroom animals can make even reluctant students want to engage.
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Adventures with Freddie
Here's a creative tip to help foster creative thinking, writing, and geography skills for younger learners. And, according to Ms. Brock, students love this activity!
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Alternative Rewards
Ms. Wintermute has a system for rewarding students in which they earn tickets they can trade for coupons.
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Alumni Comments
If you have former students who return to pay a visit, this tip can turn your reunion into a teachable moment. See how Ms. May makes it happen!
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