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A HyperStudio Book Report Project
Here's a tip that invovles interdisciplary lessons around the reading of one book. Learn more about Ms. Thatcher's "HyperStudio Book Report Project" and how it works for her.
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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Ms. Kast takes photos of her students throughout the year and uses the pictures to measure their progress. Read about how each student mounts the pictures and writes their descriptions, memories and reactions about each photo in the yearbook.
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Avoiding Transparency Ghosts
Do you end up throwing away permanent transparencies because you can’t fully erase temporary markings? Here’s a tips for avoiding the ghostly traces of used markers.
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Cleaning with Wipes
Wipes are a standard cleaning supply in many classrooms, but Ms. Koch offers some uses for wipes that you may not have thought about. Happy cleaning!
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Clear Boards for Overheads
I teach math using an overhead and have piles of transparencies to wash each day. They pile up! While shopping at my local office supply store, I found a CLEAR dry erase board that fits right on top o...
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Fly-away Overheads
Ms. Garwick has a great tip to keep your transparency cover sheets from being blown away by the projector fan. Best of all? It will cost you three cents. Really, just .03!
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Going Green Review
Ms. Buckbee has a nifty review activity that not only helps her assess student learning but also makes great use of laminating scraps that might otherwise end up in the trash.
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Markers on Overheads
Ms. Joy found a way to eliminate the choire of washing transparencies - or even using them! Read about her tip and see if it can work for you.
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Organize With Overhead Transparencies
Managing make-up work for absent students can be daunting. Ms.Tarr alleviated some of that burden for herself and students with overhead transparencies. Read about how she did it, here.
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Organized Overhead Sheets
At a recent workshop, Ms. Kelley noticed something that a presenter did that changed the way she organizes her transparencies, and now she's sahring it with you!
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