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Classroom Management

Reclaim Your Game Before Teaching Gets Tougher

How you handle difficult students can make or break the rest of the year. Stay on track with these strategies!

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Temperature Check

Jennifer Holt, a second-grade teacher in Kansas

'Tis the season that recess gets cancelled by winter weather. Here's a creative way for students to remember how and why inclement weather affects them - in their own words!

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Reenergize Students' Bodies and Minds

May Ryan

When Ms. Ryan notices students beginning to stare off into space, she has a variety of strategies for you to try to help get class back on track.


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Students Collaborate on Substitute Prep

Cathlina Bergman

Ms. Bergman uses a cooperative strategy to plan for her absences: students take responsibility for their own learning, and the substitute is prepped for an easier day.

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