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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
At our middle school we have a Leadership Team, which is composed of department chairs and works closely with our administrators on curriculum issues such as struggling readers. This year, the Leaders...
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Fair Play
Our class loves to read plays from magazines and from our text book out loud in class. We give them 10 points extra credit if they read a part. Selection of parts has been a source of conflict and has...
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Flex Grouping
I teach at a school with a very wide range of reading levels. At the beginning of the year, we had no idea how to fully meet the needs of all those learners.
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Planning Together
The number one thing that has helped inclusion work for the classroom teachers and myself seems to be joint planning. Our school could not budget this but my creative instructional assistant Karen Cla...
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Structuring Independent Reading
The team teachers I worked with while student teaching required the students to read 20 minutes per day 5 times a week. They could make up time on the weekend but could only read 20 mins per day for c...
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Student Punch Cards
I am in a team teaching situation with three other teachers. Two of us teach math and science and two of us teach language arts and social studies. In order to keep up with the behavior and work ethic...
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Winter Holiday Rotation
This team of five first-grade teachers developed a plan to teach about a variety of winter holidays. In this special day-long event, each teacher covers a single holiday in depth, while the children rotate among classrooms.
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