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A Left-Handed Solution
Have you grown tired of left-handed students smudging your overhead transparencies? Or maybe you’re lefty yourself, who’s grown tired of going home with ink-stained hands. Here’s an easy way to “keep it clean” when using the overhead.
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A Variety of Uses for Seating Charts
Checking daily attendance, recording homework, monitoring participation, and documenting student behavior just got esier for this educator. Check out her tip and make it work for you!
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A Very Bright Idea
Ms. Isaacs recognizes bright ideas in her classroom literally. Read about how she acknowledges students who think in a new way or have a bright idea that allows the class to see things in a new light.
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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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Absent Bags
Ms. Penna gives her secondary students a “gift” when they return to school after an absence. Read how these presents keep her students from missing assignments.
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Absent Planner
Ms. Thomas uses this tip to kee her absent students' work on track. Read about how you can make her tip work for you!
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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
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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Accurate Lunch Count
What a creative way to keep an accurate lunch count every day. See how Ms Musa's tip can save you some time when things get hectic.
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Adjustable Seating Chart
The power of the Post-it Note! See how Ms. Westphal's unique tip can help you track absences, grading and student work.
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