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  • Tammy Shaffer

    Cute saying for school office

  • Amber Seidel

    Group "Rules" and office expectation banner. The "group rules" banner is for more than just groups. The rules on this banner make great rules for a school counseling office . Students can refer to them and "remind" each other of the rules ;). Visit School Counselor Blog for more innovative ideas, creative lessons, and quality resources. ($15.00)

  • Jessica Slater

    I like this poster to help display the group norms of the classroom. Students will be expected to follow these norms while working with others for PBL projects or other group assignments. This can be used as a handout and also be displayed on the walls of the classroom.

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Love this! I have seen these sayings before, but I really like how simple this one is. Might be better suited to a younger classroom then some of the longer sayings. I also like the design...how cute :)

(G) "Classroom Rules" Have a discussion the first day about what it looks like to follow these rules. ie: be ready to learn- be in your seat, quiet and ready with all of your supplies and books you will need.

Once heard of a school that chose four "rules" for the entire program. Nice way to display something like that.

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