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A HyperStudio Book Report Project
The sixth grade reading teacher and I collaborate so that our students read the book 'From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler,' do vocab, and discuss the story in her reading class, while...
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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Ms. Kast takes photos of her students throughout the year and uses the pictures to measure their progress. Read about how each student mounts the pictures and writes their descriptions, memories and reactions about each photo in the yearbook.
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Absence Notebooks
This unique tip can help your students stay organized and responsible for work following an absence. See how this eduducator makes it happen.
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Agenda Books
Interactivity with parents without using technology! See how this tip con help you create a productive rapport with parents and foster community involvement as well.
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Answers on Overhead
Ms. Edge uses an overhead projector as part of her routine for reviewing tests and quizzes. Find out what students are doing while she uses the overhead that reinforces their learning, saves her time, and facilitates communication with parents.
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Art Club
Ms. Talbott offers a creative tip for art class that invites students' help in crafting a curriculum as well as enliting parents' help!
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Assignment Books
Ms. Frey has a great tip for tracking student work and keeping in close contact with parents. Read about her "Assignment Books" to see of her advice can help you!
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Assignment Notebooks
I use assignment notebooks with daily teacher and parent signatures to help my students turn in homework on a timely basis. I verify that the correct information is written and understood, I touch bas...
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Baby Books
Ms. Raasch’s high school students collaborate with first graders on a community service project that benefits new mothers. Students practice book making and information gather skills, and learn the importance of good parenting.
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Batch Email
Good communication with parents is essential to the success of your classroom and your learners. See how Ms. Hawkins' tip can help you connect and stay connetcted with students' families.
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