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    Objective board


    8 Ways to Display Learning Objectives - The Organized Classroom Blog

    Cute way to display objectives

    Homework checking made easy. I keep mine on a clipboard. This is great. I'm going to set this up for next years' class... I am the worst at checking homework!

    Mini Cork Boards, Scrapbook Paper, and Push Pins

    Research shows that when students track their own learning and data, they perform better. Check out this blog post to start tracking your students learning and data.

    A quick and easy way to post objectives for all the classes/grades you teach. Great for music, art, P.E., library, etc. Color coded and simple to change when one instruction window ends and another begins.

    Don't worry, with the Developmental Panel Toy learning is a snap! Snaps, buckles, buttons, and laces all on one colorful learning board for your child to explore. Teaches shoe tying, shirt buttoning, snapping, belt buckling, and more! Never get discouraged trying to unbutton pants or re-tying shoes again!@toysatsensoryedge #finemotor www.sensoryedge.c...

    Student Objectives on a bulletin board using page protectors

    objective board w/ dollar store frames.

    An organized board.... Love it!

    Common Core meets Bloom's.

    Cooperative Learning Seating Options - Tips from Laura Candler

    Learning Intentions

    Have the students write one thing they learned at the end of each day on the wall. (one student or so per day) Then you have a record of your learning over the course of the year.

    Daily Five

    Love this!!!! I'm going to do this with my class this year!

    Developed in partnership with Fountas & Pinnell (creators of the Heinemann Leveled Literacy Intervention Program) this compact, folding Trolley is the perfect organizer for daily Literacy Intervention Programs and other traveling educator’s needs.

    Test Taking Foldable--LOVE this idea!