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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 Everyone Organized
How can you expect your students to stay organized of your classroom is in a state of disarray? See how this educator learned how to get everything in order!
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Getting Folders Ready
Ms. May's high schoolers are given a folder to store their work, so students stay organized. Best of all, the folders help Ms. May in a hurry when parents come to visit.
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Grading Notebooks
Ms. Swartz offers an objective way to quickly grade notebooks, and students do the legwork! Best of all, it saves her lots of time. Read about her tip here!
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