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Put class list in a frame to easily mark and erase. Add a line at the top to write what you're checking off, such as "Field Trip Money."

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2013 Classroom Reveal {At Last!}

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At the beginning of every class, I have a list of what students need and what they should be doing ready on the board (along with a timer of how long they have to do it).


Dry erase boards made out of picture frames! This would be awesome for a teacher's desk to keep reminders/to do's on. Wouldn't get lost in all the other papers :)


LOVE THIS! Use a tap-it light to show think alouds during your read alouds. Tap the light "on" when you stop reading and discuss what the text makes you think. Helps students to "see" the difference between your reading and your thinking. Could also use to let students know when you are not available, during reading/writing conferences, etc.


Paper Drop; put a class list on the back of an assignment envelope and students mark their name off when it's turned in. You instantly know whose work is missing.


The students can write something they learned on a post it note, and stick it to the door as they leave. Quick check for understanding or even a weekly check-in?


Students have to write in a log every time they do not turn in their homework on time and explain themselves. This helps teachers keep track of how many times the same student does not do his/her homework, makes students think about why they did not do their homework, and establishes accountability.