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Assigned Weekly Monitors
See how Ms. Epstein keeps track of student helpers' assignments while cutting down on the 'pick me! pick me!' clamoring from her most eager helpers.
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Buddy Sticks
When it comes to pairing students for cooperative learning or team activites, it's hard to couple up students without someone being upset about your decision(s). Read about Ms. Downs's tip and see how it can get you off the hook!
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Choosing Students by Number
OneHere’s a creative craft project students can do that will help you organize, select and group students all year long. Save your orange juice lids and try this when school begins again.
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Class VIP
Ms. Mulholland selects a class VIP each day that helps with administrative classroom tasks. Read about how she chooses her classroom helper fairly and allows every student a chance to be a VIP.
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Classroom Discussions
From noise control to assembling groups of students, this tip will take the fristration out of having tho choose students. Read about the tip that Ms. Miller says has endless possiblities!
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Clips in a Bucket
Keeping track of choosing students for any activity is a challenge when some students are more willing than others to participate. Here's a cute and efficient tip from Ms. Bixler to make sure everyone gets called on!
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Equal Participation
Ms. Caldwell knows how hard it is to select students fairly and equally, so she offers this tip in case you are in the same predicatment.
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Fair Play
Ms. Mitchell and Ms.Odum's students love to perform plays in class, but selecting students for the character roles can become a hassle and leave students disappointed. Read about how they found peaceful and efficient solution!
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Forming Groups
Selecting students or setting up groups of students can leave some feeling left out or overlooked. See what Ms. DeGreen does on the first day of school that helps prevents those issues all year long.
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Group Roles
Need to work in groups but can't avoid the popularity game? Ms. Slappey was having the same issues, until she came up with these ideas. See if her tips can work for you!
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