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Adaptations For Deaf/Blind Students
What a wonderful way of giving a deaf or blind student accessibility, comfort, and confidence in the classroom and the lessons being taght. Read about what works for Ms. Baumfalk and see if you can integrate her meanigful advice at your school..
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Advice for Asperger's
Ms. Watterson says with these tips, she has learned more from her students with autism than they have ever learned from her.
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Equitable Team Homework
Are you tired of your students doing homework from other classes during yours? Here's a creative solution that encourages students to complete homework at home and stay on-task in the classroom.
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Faculty Leaders
Leadership and parental involvement have been key to staff development at Ms. Barna's school. See how they've boosted their reading strategies whole fostering a safe and supportive environment for students.
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Fair Play
Ms. Mitchell and Ms.Odum's students love to perform plays in class, but selecting students for the character roles can become a hassle and leave students disappointed. Read about how they found peaceful and efficient solution!
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Flex Grouping
A great challenge to educators in teaching students with different skill levels. Before you go crazy trying to figure it out, check out Ms. Fryar's tip and how she and her colleagues made it work for them!
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Planning Together
Joint planning (and the time to do it) is hard to manage on a tight school budget. Ms. Schofield's colleague came up with a great plan that made a significant significant difference in delivery of services and quality of team teaching.
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Student Punch Cards
Tracking bad behavior to issue consequences is sometimes hard to keep up with. Ms. Costner came up with this tracking method and says it's the best way in her twenty years of experience to do so.
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Two Classes in Same Desks
Mr. Hart is a team teacher who had to figure out how to set up desks that more than one student uses each day. He devised a color-coding strategy that keeps students organized and work in progress.
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Winter Holiday Rotation
This team of first-grade educators developed a plan to teach about a variety of winter holidays – Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Chinese New Year, and Diwali – that brings all of their students to each of their classrooms.
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