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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
I laminate my seating charts and use them in a variety of ways. With my laminated charts, I can check daily attendance, record homework, monitor participation and document student behavior.
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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
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 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
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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Accurate Lunch Count
In order to take an accurate lunch count each day, I bought calendar cut outs in the shape of a school bus and wrote the students' names on them. I laminated the buses and stuck magnetic strips on the...
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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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