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Hand on the Heart
Ms.Cassidy found that students raising their hands became disruptive, so she employed this rule, that she says works for her!
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Independent Thinkers
Every teacher encounters students who ask exorbitant amounts of questions, either for lack of using their skills to figure out an answer or for attention. That's why Ms. Reisner came up with this tip that helps students learn to be independent thinkers.
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Park Your Questions
“Hold that Thought” has a new meaning in Kate’s classroom. Her students park their questions until she’s ready to answer them. It’s a fun and simple way to catch random items that might otherwise have been forgotten.
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Restroom Breaks
Kindergarteners need bathroom breaks more often than older kids. While Ms. Ebert's Kindergarteners are learning to raise their hands to speak, she incorporates another signal to indicated a bathroom request. Result? No interruption at story time!
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