Justin Blose
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Student Reflection Form "No Homework" Binder. It's my personal/teacher mission to help students become more responsible for their actions. I like that this form makes them accountable for their missing work AND requires them to think about it-something which usually doesn't happen.

Student Reflection Form "No Homework" Binder. It's my personal/teacher mission to help students become more responsible for their actions. I like that this form makes them accountable for their missing work.

DIY Kitchen Window Shutters,

Put small pots on candle holders. This would be really cute for small herbs in the kitchen. Wish I had a window over my sink-I would so want these shutters! Like the candlestick plant stands too.

Middle School Math Madness!: Managing Missing Homework

Fill out a reason form when homework isn't done! Managing Missing Homework--also link to a homework completion reward program

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

These would be great for teaching algebra equations. Students could use them to help them understand the why and how. Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations.  Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe...

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations. Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe.

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations.  Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe...

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations. Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe.

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations.  Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe...

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations. Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe.

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations.  Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe...

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations. Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe.

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations.  Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe...

After factoring polynomials, my Algebra 1 students finally moved onto solving equations. Again, I approached this unit in an entirely diffe.