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Adopt a Hallway
This tip from Ms. Partridge is a unique way to build students' respect for school cleanlliness while teaching them the value of voluteerism and service.
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Blackmail File
Repeated behavior problems are such a challenge, but Ms. Marty has a very unique tip for allowing students to have a change to clean up their act. See if her idea can work for you!
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Brag Calls
This tip can motivate students to meet goals and help you keep an open line of communication with parents. See how Ms. Kelley does both by incorporating this unique idea!
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Goal Notebooks
Ms. Jaastad has a great way to keep parents connected to students' work and progress. Best of all, sudents are involved in this process. Read about her tip here!
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Lesson Objectives
Ms. Dolloff gives her students a copy of the objective for each lesson. When it comes time to study for the tests, students use these as review tools. Read more about her tip and see if it can work for you.
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Looping Preparation
Ms. Greenwood has learned that no matter how well you know your students at the end of one year, much growth occurs during the summer. See how she incorporates a "then and now" set of lessons into her curriculum and how it helps her craft more lessons.
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New Year Resolutions
Read about how Ms. McGinley’s class sets their resolutions and goals in the New Year. Her students’ resolutions are documented on official paper, and they are held accountable for the goals they set.
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Opening Goals
Ms. Haines has a creative way of teaching her students about setting goals. This activity starts in September, and her students really love how it clminates at the end of the year!
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Reading Comfortably
We are involved in a reading program that gives the classroom teacher a t-shirt when their class becomes a model or master classroom. What do you do with all of those teacher t-shirts that you have? M...
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Road to Good Talking
At the beginning of each school year, I put up a bulletin board that is essentially a road with sign posts or stopping points along the way.
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