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Absence Notebooks
To help my students stay organized and responsible for work following an absence, I keep an extra copy of my school's agenda/planner in a notebook near the assignment board. One of my classroom jobs i...
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Absent Planner
I keep an extra homework planner at the front of the room. At the end of the day I get a responsible student with good handwriting to write down the homework for the day. When anyone is absent they kn...
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Absent Students I
I keep track of tests, hand-outs, etc. for students who are absent. When something is handed out, I write the name of the absentee in colored marker on the hand-out. I keep these with the original so ...
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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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Adjustable Seating Chart
I trim post-it notes to fit my seating chart board. By using these stickers, I can quickly relocate students to a new seat without messing up my whole chart. I also photocopy the chart weekly and use ...
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After Class Referral
I fill out my office referrals after class and drop them off at the discipline office during lunch or after school. This way the students don't know when they are going to get a referral. The administ...
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An Organized Desk
Ms. Reynolds has a great suggestion for organizing your paperwork. Her technique for color-coding file folders will make them easy to find, even when scattered around and hidden under other papers.
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Assignment Booklets
This year I decided to use assignment booklets in my classroom as a way of keeping parents informed on a daily basis. It takes too long for my young students to copy assignments and information so I t...
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Assignment Books
“I use assignment books not only to remind students of their homework and test dates, but also to help parents keep abreast of what is going on in their child's classroom. Each student receives a new ...
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Assignment Highlights
Through force of habit, and thanks to a nifty little procedure he implemented, Ms. White’s students always remember to write their names on their papers. Learn how to highlight this good habit your classroom too.
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