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27 things to do with students who are not paying attention

27 Ways To Make Sure Students Pay Attention In Class. Or second language learners. Or my son, who often isn't paying attention.

27 ways to increase participation

27 ways to engage students and increase class participation. Students must be engaged in their work, else they will a) not learn and b) misbehave.

Events in Instruction. Event #9: Enhancing Retention #InstructionalDesign

Events in Instruction- Event #9

Enhancing Retention Infographic, great for ESL and ELL. An Ethical Island - How to Teach Without a Lecture and Other Fun. Several infographics for teaching.

"Top 10 Classroom Management and Discipline Tips" Infographic

Top 10 classroom management and discipline tips. Print off and have handy for easy reference.ignore the odd spelling of earned, haha!

punctuation

Punctuation cheat-sheet: yes, this would be great for the classroom, but I also wish that everyone in the English-speaking world would read and reference.

16 Things Teachers Should Try in 2016 | www.ShakeUpLearning.com | #edtech #edchat #gafe

Digital Learning Resources and Tech Tips for Teachers

Rubrics - why should you use them? #education

Rubrics

The Why Teachers Should Use Rubrics Infographic shows how providing detailed explanations of an assignment using a rubric can assist students in both completing tasks and improving future performance and suggests various ways teachers can use.

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Events in Instruction- Event #3

The How to Stimulate Recall of Prior Learning Infographic refers to Gagné’s event of instruction and presents ways teachers can determine students' prior knowledge.

early- also I have hangers with "story starters"- kids love writing on the story starters

Early Finishers and What To Do…

What do your students who finish early do with their extra time? Here are a few great ideas for those early finishers.

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ADHD strategies Great tips! I am glad more and more people recognize this isn't a behavior problem or a bad parenting issue.

Looking for a simple way to get your students out of their seats without sacrificing content? Chat stations is a simple strategy you can implement tomorrow -- check out this awesome video that demonstrates exactly how to do it!

Students Sitting Around Too Much? Try Chat Stations

Chat Stations can also dramatically improve whole-class discussions. Because students have fully explored each issue in the less-threatening Chat Station setting, they will be better prepared to participate in a larger class discussion next.

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