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Brilliant! Punch a hole in student's paper when they are off task. It is easy to see when looking at papers who was on task and who was off task.

Hole Punch | The Comprehensible Classroom

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Great idea to keep track of Missing Work. Students take their post-it off and attach it to their late work. Picture only

Show Us How You Use It: Student Logins Made Easy With Popsicle Sticks!

I would need to change for junior high but I love this idea for I go over the syllabus the first few days of school... Would definitely help them pay attention!

The {4th Grade} Journey: Back to School Freebie!

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"Punch cards are great ways to motivate students to reach goals. Students will most likely engage in a little friendly competition, comparing their progress with friends and classmates to see who can rack up the most punches in the least amount of time.” - Amy, Education Product Development Specialist for Oriental Trading Company

Good Behavior Punch Cards

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Dollar Store facial cleansers for individual dry erase marker board erasers ~ Handy!

Collaboration Cuties: Favorite Pins Friday!

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Bloom's revised Taxonomy with verbs!

Bloom's revised Taxonomy with verbs!

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report card comments...great for those moments when you think...HOW CAN I PUT THIS???? lol

101 Report Card Comments to Use Now | Scholastic.com

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This is LITERALLY....the last slide on my Open House Powerpoint! Those of you who knew Coop back in the day understand why!

Next time you want to blame the teacher for everything wrong in education, remember, that same teacher WOULD lay their life down for your child.

back to school: This is set up for 4th grade but can be used for beginning of the year discussions of expectations.

TooLoud! app - hook up to smart board for visual for students so they can manage their noise levels themselves

NOISE…removing one letter at a time when our voice level gets too loud. When NO is left, there is NO more talking! Love this! A lot more clearer than just putting up strikes on the board or letting the noise escalate to a point where you just cut off talking. It also gives the kids a chance to regain control of their noise before it gets to that point.

Divide the inside of a file folder into boxes that are slightly larger than small sticky notes. Write students' names in the boxes in alphabetical order, one name per box. Whenever you want to make a note about a student's progress, jot the information on a sticky note and then place it in the appropriate box. Periodically move the sticky notes to students' assessment folders. You'll have valuable information at your fingertips when it's time to prepare report cards.

During activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers! Another idea: use the punch for knowing who was finished early to allow for differentiation ideas.

The Wingman Strategy: An effective way to incorporate a student who can't or won't participate in class discussion.

She glued a pom pom ball to the top of students' dry erase markers for an instant eraser! So smart!