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    Great to use for groups! Assigning "jobs" with job descriptions on a necklace!

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    *FREEBIE* Use this simple tool to assign your students roles within their small cooperative learning groups. **These badges can be laminated, hole-punched and used as necklaces, taped onto tables or desks, or simply passed out to students prior to a group activity. Enjoy!**Common Core Aligned**

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    Grouping chart

    GREAT for non-verbal children :) Includes: •20 posters of functional signs •Smaller hand-outs of signs to send home to parents, as well as hand out to anybody who works with the child teachers •Descriptions for more difficult signs

    Use the bracelets for assigning students into teams for class projects. Or if you want random team assignment, put the bracelets in a paper bag and have students close their eyes and pick one.

    Do this and then use the process to create group norms

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    An excellent resource for individual and group work, these six large topic cards and 30 small task cards provide research...

    Assigning roles is something that we need to think whenever we group students-->Sustaining Interaction: Group Work That Works

    Great ideas for organizing students into groups

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    "The best way to learn is to teach." How cooperative learning is an effective form of group work in the classroom. Free poster template included!

    When the light's on, students may not talk to you. What a FABULOUS idea! Perfect for guided reading or math groups.

    Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? This might help! LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!! :)

    Teaching Today: This is such a simple idea I found online, but it is helping me keep my paperwork organized! I’m constantly making lists of what to do, and this helps me collect my thoughts in one place. I may create another one for things to do at home because it is SO HELPFUL.

    Taking a Zero: Reinforcing student responsibility and giving them ownership in the process of improving their work habits.

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