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Awesome Noise Control
When screaming "Shut up!" didn't work anymore, Ms. Allen's created ths very awesome way to lower the noise levels in her fourth-grade classroom.
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Behavior Dots
Ms. Taylor holds down noise levels in her classroom by rewarding students for monitoring and correcting their own noisy behavior. All it takes are her grade book, a handful of prizes, certificates, and an array of dots.
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Cafeteria Music
Did you ever wish that the noise level in the student cafeteria was lower? Ms. Panelli's tip could be music to your ears!
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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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Colored Cups Reduce Noise
Educators at Ms. Hebbe’s school have a method for keeping lunch room noise levels under control without saying a word.
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Cooperative Colored Circles
What do the colors of a traffic light have to do with controlling noise elvels in the classroom? Ms. Wargo answers that - and an issue many teachers fight every day - in this tip!
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Hatching Sea Monkeys
Sea monkeys can be fun class pets, and they don’t make much noise! Find out how Ms. Sandhorst uses them in a science unit to study crustaceans, hybrid breeding and new species. Her class has even taught sea monkeys how to do tricks!
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Lowering Noise Levels
To remind children of excess noise, Ms. Hutchinson employs a very simple method that works for her. Can it work for you? Read about it, here.
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Lunch Music
Ms. Williams noise control tip not only calms her students at lunch time but allows a diverse artistic appreciation.
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Noise Thermometer
Ms. Reich monitors the Noise Temperature in her classroom with a giant thermometer and a bit of red Velcro mercury. With this device on display for the whole class, students monitor their own behavior and work cooperatively to keep noise levels down.
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