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Assignment Books
Ms. Frey has a great tip for tracking student work and keeping in close contact with parents. Read about her "Assignment Books" to see of her advice can help you!
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Beginning of Class Behavior
Getting talkative classes to calm down when class starts can be a major chore. Ms. Lindsay has a unique tip that keeps her class quiet - and creative. Read about it here!
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Color Coding Journals
Ms. Barry uses the colors of the rainbow to organize her students’ journals and to structure how she collects, responds to, and grades them.
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Improving Literacy
One of our school-wide goals last year (we are a middle school of grades 6, 7, and 8) was to improve reading scores. We had 13-year-old students who were reading at the second and third grade levels; ...
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Journaling
Once a week each of Ms. Gronau's students writes to her in their dialogue journals. It promotes writing for a purpose and sometimes is therapeutic for them. Read more about her tip to see if you can make it work for you!
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Journaling about Bear
Ms. Thomas created a 'sleepover adventure' with a stuffed bear to introduce and encourage her students to the journaling. See how it brings her class such enjoyment but also reinforces writing, reading, and oral sharing.
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Kindergarten Journaling
Kindergarten journal writing can be a challenge! To stimulate both interest and writing skills, Ms. Tucker has them start with one sentence about another activity. Read about her tip, here.
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Morning Journaling - High School
A learning activity that saves YOU some time, too? "Morning Journaliing" works for Ms Nega and she spells it all out, here.
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Morning Journaling - Kindergarten
Ms. Radke manages the morning rush of information by having her students do their journals first thing in the morning. Read more about how this tip really works for her!
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Morning Journals
EVery morning, Ms. Herrings students put their homework on the right hand side of their desks and copy the journal topic (usually from something covered the day before) from the board. See how this tip also works as a teacher timesaver!
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