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Answers on Overhead
Ms. Edge uses an overhead projector as part of her routine for reviewing tests and quizzes. Find out what students are doing while she uses the overhead that reinforces their learning, saves her time, and facilitates communication with parents.
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Bonus Questions
Like many teachers, I really hate the disruption caused when students are absent the day of a test and have to make-up a test later. So I use this incentive: I either include two bonus questions, or a...
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Bowling Sheets
Wouldn’t it be dreamy if all your students reviewed yesterday’s work before coming to class each day? This bowling game review will “spare” no student, so everyone has proper motivation to be prepared – plus they’ll all have fun doing it!
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Calculus Review Day
It is almost time for the advanced placement exams and my students are already nervous. I have sponsored a review day for many years with the support of my building principal. A substitute takes my pl...
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Colored Test Copies
When I make multiple test versions, I always use different colored paper. This way...
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Computer Stoplights
To end computer lab chaos, purchase a set of red, green, and yellow paper cups. Put together a stoplight for each computer station. If the students are doing well, they keep the green cup on the top o...
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Dissuading Cheating
Some teachers create multiple versions of each test or quiz in hopes making it more difficult for naughty students to cheat. Ms. Dabney’s strategy is easier to manage but just as effective.
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E-mail Better Than Signatures
Ms. Trabucca created a new parent test and signature system. She uses a mass email alert, making parent-teacher communication faster, easier and cheaper. And best of all, it places responsibility for follow up on the parents. Find out how she does it.
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Free Quiz
I came up with a lottery in order to reward homework completion in a tangible way. I have all my students' names on slips of paper. Whenever there is a quiz, I check back over the past five days and t...
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Guidelines for Discouraging Cheating
First, make multiple versions of a test so that kids cannot copy from one another's papers during the test or tell later sections the questions...
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