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  • Mary Grippi

    E, Myself, and I: Classroom Organization Tips Yellow paper for missing homework

  • Tarsha

    how to handle missing work and other great classroom management tips

  • Roshelle Wherritt

    E, Myself, and I: High School Classroom Organization Tips... Some good ideas, esp missing work idea

  • Samantha Sossaman

    good classroom ideas

  • Melissa Mitchell

    Late assignment sheet: 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.

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Keeping track of those who have turned in work and who have not. Have a list of the students' names and cross them out when the kids turn in their work. So simple!

Missing work log - makes it easy to tell what students are missing work! Great idea!

making a list of all the kids' names. Attach to assignment. Then cross out as they turn in the assignment.

Incentives for Middle School and High School Students is a great behavioral management system. Students are able to earn reward incentives through their kinds deeds, actions, and performance in class. This is great for those students who need a little incentive to get busy on an assignment or who need a little praise for effort. These are great for students in grades 6-12! My students love them!

Genius idea for turning in assignments ... quickly tell who has not turned something in!

A slip to send home to parents when students miss a homework assignment....

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FREE handout to help your high school students master MLA formatting.

This is a great way to greet the students on the first day. The teacher gives each student a Meet the Teacher page and a goodie bag. There is also a student info sheet on each desk. This could be a great first assignment for students to begin working on as soon as they enter the room.