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Kendra Fisher
Kendra Fisher • 2 years ago

Students who are missing an assignment on its due date fill out the yellow form and turn it in instead. When the assignment gets turned in, note the date and point deduction on the form, retain bottom portion for your records, and hand back the paper. Great for explaining grades at parent conferences!

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This would be great to hang in a high school classroom in a spot of the classroom that the students see every single day.

On a due date, if a student does not have his/her assignment, he/she must fill out one of these yellow sheets and turn it in in place of said assignment. It asks for basic information like the assignment title, due date, and student signature. Keep this in the stack of papers and, as students turn in their late work, use it to record the actual date the assignment is turned in and the number of points deducted.

Great ideas to engage your students in the classroom!

Students sign out when they leave the classroom

The Ten Students You'll Meet in Your Classroom: Classroom Management Tips for Middle and High School Teachers by Vickie Gill. An MAT classic! Can't believe I found this on Pinterest. But it's actually useful and thought provoking

Use a list of students names for each assignment and just cross off the name of students who turned in their assignment...you can quickly see who still needs to turn it in.

work boxes, have one for each student, when they finish their work they can go to their work box and pull out things to work on that the teacher has placed in there. (lets the teacher assign different things for the student/if they need extra practice in an area) - DIFFERENTIATION!