Address Labels, Clipboard, & Large Index Cards: Write Notes On Address Labels As You Observe; Stick Them Onto The Child's Index Card; During Parent/Teacher Conferences Pull Out Notecard & Share Observations (Quick, Easy, & Cuts Down On Sticky Notes)
During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task or not in the target language. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers! Or spin it so a hole punch is positive.
Can use these for group labels. 6 Blank Editable Polka Dot Tags/ Labels for your classroom. You will need to have POWERPOINT to add your own text to the tags/ labels. You will be able to save the labels/tags with your text on it. Just go to file and save!
dislike having long lines of students waiting for me to edit their papers, I have them put their numbered clothespins on my clipboard so that I'll know who is ready to go. This would also be great for students waiting to take AR tests!
Inclusion--teaching students with disabilities in general education classrooms--can work well for all students--but only when teachers are given the support and tools they need to successfully facilitate learning for a mixed-ability group of students.
This might seem elementary.but I love the quiet spray idea! Very cool teacher ideas on this site. Quiet spray has nothing in the bottle but air. This may be the smartest classroom management tool I have ever seen.