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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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Acts of Kindness
Students write about the good deeds of others.
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Animal Introductions
Back to school fun! This tip from Ms. Uhlman can help students - and you - get to know each other.
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Another Thought on Buddy Sticks
Buddy sticks are a great way to partner students for activites, but this tip from Ms. Harris creates a new lesson before the activity even begins!
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Answer to Teacher Interruptions
Ms. Johnson read a book writen by educators that outlines specific instructions to help you curb classroom interruptions. Read about the book she discovered!
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Buddy Sticks
When it comes to pairing students for cooperative learning or team activites, it's hard to couple up students without someone being upset about your decision(s). Read about Ms. Downs's tip and see how it can get you off the hook!
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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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Calculus Review Day
Preparing for big exams can be jarring for students and teachers alike. Ms. Traverso has a great set of tips that can help you plan for the best while you're prepping for the test!
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Can We Talk?
Ms. Parson’s students interview each other on the first day of school. Her unique twist on a familiar assignment illustrates a great way to of pairing students together and produces creative decorations for her bulletin board.
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Character Plotting
Ms. Postman’s primary school competes in a yearly Behavior Bowl. Read about how classes collect football points for good behavior and drive the field for touchdowns, treats and a school-wide celebration.
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