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  • Melissa Robbins

    Love this Word Wall

  • Marianne Maloy

    classroom collective- sharing site for teaching resources

  • megan genzler

    CLASSROOM IDEAS:) This is like a new teachers bible--I can't wait to dive in!!

  • Mary Wilkinson

    One Pinner said: this resource is going to take me FOREVER to explore! TOO MUCH GOOD STUFF!! :) OMG this is like a new teachers bible--I can't wait to dive in!! Pictured is a GREAT bulletin board set up to teach and add synonyms!

  • Laura Applegate

    New teacher stuff

  • Pam Whitaker

    Classroom Collective - Site has LOTS of great teaching ideas

  • Karen Brooks

    Use clipboards hung on a bulletin board to display student work. easy to change. classroom collective • Posts Tagged ‘Classroom Organization’

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Rules of the classroom...so easy to make...with an old board, black matte paint and a paint marker...assuming you have whimsical penmanship!

A nice, efficient way to display what's important to your class. If the students are older, the teacher can write one example and the students can write their own "we do..." statement.

Job Board - Already have the pockets. I just need to figure out what jobs are needed in my high school classroom.

I absolutely hate the quote "If you can do, if you can't, teach." This quote, however, puts that idea to rest.

Instagram in the Classroom . . . many of these ideas can be incorporated into Google sites or other online tools. Presented by Hannah Hudson on We Are Teachers.

In this class we share, take turns, listen, love, say sorry, try your best, are respectful, smile, laugh, try new things, have fun, use manners, take care of others, speak kindly, laugh. do your best, clean up, learn

So many great classroom organization ideas! The key to making things run smoothly in the classroom is making sure you stay organized and on top of things otherwise you will find yourself getting behind adding more stress.

Tons of tips, tricks, book ideas, and freebies to build kind and caring students! Examples including curbing "tattle tounge!"