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Absence Notebooks
This unique tip can help your students stay organized and responsible for work following an absence. See how this eduducator makes it happen.
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Activity Bags
Is there something in your kitchen righ tnow that can hekp keep your classrrom organized and teach your students responsibility? Check out Ms. Mayton's tip and find out!
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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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Book List on a Ring
Getting her students to read plenty of books isn’t the main problem for Ms. Sims; it’s helping them organize and track their reading. But no worries: she found the solution in a key ring and index cards.
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Color Coding and Cardboard
Save time and cut down on lost supplies with Ms. Gates’ organizing techniques. A slew of color-coded folders and discarded soda pop cases is all it takes.
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Color-Coded Papers
Staying organized can be a challenge for any teacer. Ms. Meyer offers a tip that helps her and her students keep papers in order thoughout the year. Can her tip work for you?
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Computer Class Organization
The computer lab can get cluttered before you know it. See how Ms.Stockton enlists - and motivates - her students to keep everything in good order.
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Getting Folders Ready
All of my high school students are given a folder to store their work. They may decorate it with goals or motivational quotations. I use them at parent-teacher conferences and when the parent comes in...
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Grading Notebooks
I would like to share my method for grading notebooks. I usually grade notebooks once a grading period. I give students about a one-week notice and prepare a list in advance with about 20 items that I...
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Hanging Communication Pockets
I went out and bought an inexpensive 24-pocket shoe hanging organizer. I wrote each student's name on a calendar cutout figure or themed card and put the cards into the pocket fronts, either arranging...
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