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Band-Aid Bag
Every teacher wants fewer interruptions. Here's a tip that will keep your classroom lesson flowing and teach students how to be more independent and less "needy"..
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Breakfast Graphs
Ms. Dalano's tip teaches her students the value of eating a good breakfast while they work through a valuable math lesson. See how her her idea can nourish your math learners!
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Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom
Research shows that 1 in 3 students suffer the effects of trauma. How can you create a classroom where young victims feel calm enough to thrive? Here are some simple ways to prepare safe spaces.
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Encouraging Healthy Snacks
When we arrive at school our team focuses our first unit on nutrition. We encourage healthy snacks and provide incentives for those who participate in the monthly program.
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Feeling Fit Mileage Club
The PE teacher at Ms. Dean’s school developed a walking/running club for students and teachers. Keep fit in 2017-18 and motivate your school with this easy-to-implement program.
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Four Stars for School Lunch
Ms. Lovell has a tip that teaches students about nutrition, planning, and research. Best of all, their work gets implemented at the school, so everyone can see (and eat!) the fruits of their labor.
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Fourth Grade with Asperger's Syndrome
When asked about tips for handling her 4th-grade classroom with a child who has Asberger's, Ms. Vandre answered the call. Read about her thoughtful and practical tips here.
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Growth
Ms. Ross measures her students' height in the beginning of the year and the end of the year. Each time, the students participate. At the end of the year, they see how they've grown in more than just inches.
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Keeping a Germ-Free Classroom
It’s cold and flu season, and Ms. Cashell has the perfect prescription to help keep your classroom germ free and healthy.
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Many Safety Strategies
Student safety is a top priority at Ms. Mersik's school. Here are some tips they're employing to create a safe environment.
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