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Yes/No spoons! Cheap and easy way to let every student actively participate in a lesson : ) a great way to assess and check for understanding for my evaluations

Great to hang and remember!

Students don't ask me for pencils anymore. No one leaves the room until all pencils are back on the board. (Photo only, but would be easy to make!)

Give each student a designated space (accountability). ~ What a great way for students to reflect on the day and share what they've learned with each other.

Put student's names on the back of YOUR nametag so that you won't have to worry about finding the list during something like a fire drill. Most brilliant idea ever.

Fieldcrest - Grade Eight: Own Your Learning Student check-in before saying "I'm done"

Why Project-based Learning Should Rule YOUR School - Fun, real-life activities motivate students! #PBL

Keep track of logins in one easy place!

End of the year student gifts for my daughter Amaya's 3rd grade class. Very Easy and cheap to make :) Just get some "cool" pops, ribbon, and a tag of your choosing to make.

THINK bulletin board for high school students....(this could apply to more than high school students!)

cheap and easy

Brilliant! Punch a hole in student's paper when they are off task. It is easy to see when looking at papers who was on task and who was off task.

Two Stars and a Wish self evaluation...data notebook?

A fun way to have students check in for Daily 5 rotations (another use for all my caps, too)

Give crazy straws to students as birthday presents! More fun than receiving another pencil and better than giving away candy!

Have students sort exit tickets on the way out the door by level of understanding. Visual way to check it they think they "got it". Students also are self-assessing their understanding.

A fun way to get kids to participate in classroom discussions and to check their understanding.

When your students need to go somewhere else!

Welcome Back To School Bulletin Boards Ideas | Back to School/Bulletin Boards...so cute and so easy!

Group work trick: Each student writes their own answer on a post-it, they bring the answers together and write a group answer in the center.