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Giving students the language for participation is so important. Providing an anchor chart with alternatives to "I don't know!" gives them an opportunity for success, rather than to feel like they have failed. For students that need a more consistent reminder, making these on a bookmark is an excellent way to keep it in student's hands and the forefront of their minds.

Giving students the language for participation is so important. Providing an anchor chart with alternatives to "I don't know!" gives them an opportunity for success, rather than to feel like they have failed.

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Self assessment to guide goal setting!

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Great way to get the kids to assess themselves and their learning. This is an anchor chart to help students decide if they are a novice, apprentice, practitioner, or expert on a skill or concept.

When I first started teaching 20 years ago I always had a coffee can full of popsicle sticks with my students name on them sitting on m...

TTS RANDOM NAME SELECTOR: This is simple way to call on students when no one is volunteering! Kinda like popsicle sticks, but much more techy! Random Name Selector--kids loved it last year! Also has "group" setting. Will work on an iPad too!

Assessment Levels and Description for students

Self-assessment throughout the day? Make a poster for my classroom wall. Education to the Core: Rate your learning scale. Aligns with the Marzano method.

I need this for my classroom.

This also applies in office environments during meetings, presentations, and training sessions!

Hole punch for participation or outstanding contributions to discussions, questions asked if classmates, etc.

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.

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Notice to all Students Classroom Rules Poster

technology rocks. seriously.: Before you Facebook, TXT, Tweet, or Blog.... THINK

This is a very clear and concise way to lay out what students should think about before they post or send anything on social media. It's a great reminder for them about social media etiquette and internet safety!

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