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  • Rebekah And Rogers

    ATTENTION ALL ELEMENTARY TEACHERS! PIN THIS BLOG ABOUT CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION, MANAGEMENT AND SO MUCH MORE! READ LATER AND ENJOY!

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  • Kati Davis

    Clear procedures save hours of struggle in the classroom.  It is one of my best tips for classroom management on multiple levels.  I love the book "The First Six Weeks of School" from the Responsive Classroom folks.  It gives great tips for setting up those procedures.  Here is how I employ procedures to keep the class tidy:

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