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Class Logs
Excessive abscences prompted Ms.Manley into action! Read about her tip and how it helps her diminsih paperwork, increaase make-up work efficiency, and save valuable time.
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Collection vs. Correction
Ms. Green issues two types of homework assignments: those she collects and those she corrects. Read about her easy grading system that not only helps her identify students’ weaknesses, but also encourages them to understand their mistakes.
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Directions
Ms. Crates employs a unique lesson for map skills and writing directions. See why her students learn from it and love it. Caveat: this top involved vehicles and permission slips!
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Donde esta la Rana? (Where is the Frog?)
Here's a unique way to see if your students learned their vocabulary words: instead of a test or quiz, emply this activity. You'll see their progress and they will have fun!
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Element Relationships
Who’s that sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G? Your middle school students decide in this fun activity in which they profile an element from the Periodic Table, then write a love letter to a compatible element.
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Integrating Technology and Writing Composition
Teaching students to compose an essay can be a daunting task. For the past two years, our district has implemented Write On (http://jc-schools.net/write/), an innovative staff development project that...
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