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Notebooks and Data – STUDENTS take control


Back in the dark ages, when I was in school, I was responsible to purchase my own notebooks, to keep personal notes for each subject and buy an assignment notebook, and to record assignments.  In still have my  “Chandler’s” notebook from my sophomore year of High School. NEVER in all my years of junior high, middle school,

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Managing Tech Toys in the Classroom


Thirty years ago, if teachers had COLORED chalk for their chalkboard, it was considered “high tech.” Today teachers have still cameras, voice recorders, flip cameras, iPod Touch devices, card readers, tripods, iPads, and other tech equipment to manage and teach – all at the same time.This can be an “eighteen-ring” circus managing and teaching with

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Behavior Pointers – Just Don’t Sing THAT Song


Classroom Management is the most important aspect of teaching and usually is the least discussed with educators. A positive classroom is the key of success. So how do you have these two worlds work together?  By having lots of discipline and lots of laughs. A teacher can have all the knowledge and by not handling

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