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Easy Classroom Jobs Rotations! - The Organized Classroom Blog

Easy Classroom Jobs Rotations!

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Missing Work on a class calendar. Students take their post-it off and attach it to their late work. Good idea

Use the SMART board to highlight positive student behaviors and work during share time in reading and writing workshops.

Using Technology To Elevate Share Time | Teaching Ace

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10 Best Organizing Tips for the Classroom- Student and group jobs! Be a team!

Rockin Resources: 10 Best Organizing Tips for the Classroom

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Is your work MIA? Missing or Incomplete Assignments! Ha! I post this on my white board and write names of students who owe me work. Find other neat ideas for your classroom on this blog post!

Rockin Resources: 10 Best Organizing Tips for the Classroom

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Teacher Classroom Sign

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day.

TheHappyTeacher: KETCHUP folder

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Organize your TPT purchases, clip art, fonts AND MORE all in one place! This editable file helps keep all you own from TPT organized and in one place! :)

How Big is my problem

How Big is my Problem? Classroom Management Poster

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File this under Growth MIndset tools! This is a wonderful anchor chart. Perhaps one of the few times I might include the "what not to do" when coaching, teaching or modeling!

Runde's Room: What's Under Your Cape? A Book Study Blog-Hop

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He concluded by saying, “The closer you were to the recycling bin, the better your odds. This is what privilege looks like. Did you notice how the only ones who complained about fairness were in the back of the room?” | This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege

This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege

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Stumbling blocks of team work - FREE printable

What Are Replacement Behaviors and What Do We Need To Know to Be Effective? by Autism Classroom News at www.autismclassro...

Starting student led conferences with your class will be a very rewarding way to rework your regular parent conferences. I find that when students take an active role in their education by setting goals, tracking their progress, and celebrating their successes they work harder to meet their goals.

Why Third Grade is so Important-The "Matthew Effect" A GREAT read on third grade being a pivotal year!

Why Third Grade Is So Important: The 'Matthew Effect'

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While in the middle of a unit, post essential vocabulary words that relate to the standard that you will be learning next. Students are provided with pre-exposure, which in turn helps increase learning.

"TODAY IS WONDERFUL..." SIGN - FREE! Just laminate, hang in the classroom, and fill it in for any special occasion (like birthdays) or small celebrations (a student met a goal)!

"Today is Wonderful..." Sign

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clever classroom sign

Sugar Blossoms: Classroom Cheers Holy Cow! The kids will love to pick the way they want to cheer for themselves or be cheered for! Fun First Grade Family activity!!!!

Sugar Blossoms: Classroom Cheers

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Teacher idea vlog! Use your teacher desk as a launch pad for an organized day!

One Lesson at a Time: Team Turner Time! {Promoting Positive Behavior with Elapsed Time}

Grab several free planning documents-year long pacing guides, weekly formats, and more!

educationjourney: Planning-Where to Begin?

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*FREE* Quick and easy notes to staple to unfinished work. Each note has a quick checklist, so that the teacher may note why the student has unfinished work. A blank has been provided for additional reasons/notes. Wish I had seen this earlier!!!

Uh-Oh! Work Progress Notes

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50 Ted Talks Every Educator Should Check Out (2014 Edition) - InformED

What Kids Should Know and Behave by Age 9 aka 5th/6th Grade