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May 12, 2016
May 2016 Tip of the Month: "Oh, that is what you mean!"

May 2016: "Oh, that is what you mean!" Whenever I get the privilege of speaking to a group of educators I always make a point to ask one simple question, “What are teachers doing from within the classroom that most directly impacts student learning and achievement?”  The responses always vary but one classroom strategy is always […]

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April 11, 2016
April 2016 Tip of the Month: Subjects Not Objects

April 2016: Subjects Not Objects All too often throughout the school day education is going on around students instead of with students. One report notes students spend just minutes of the school day engaged in Academic Learning Time. If we have a starting routine students can predict and be successful in, then we draw them into their […]

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February 15, 2016
February 2016 Tip of the Month: Be Dependable

February 2016: Be Dependable To help your students succeed, employ a simple starting routine in which students can be successful—and continue using it every single day of the year! I am on my way to my English class during my senior year of high school. The classroom is at the back of the campus and the walk […]

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April 28, 2015
April 2015 Tip of the Month: No Opt Out

April 2015 NEWSLETTER NO OPT OUT: WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER "When students are allowed to ‘opt out’ - it is as if they are invisible; that they do not matter to the teacher." A few years ago I observed a chemistry class and watched the following story unfold. While the teacher lectured, a student walked in tardy. […]

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March 31, 2015
March 2015 Tip of the Month: Create Value In Your Starting Routine

March 2015 NEWSLETTER TIP: CREATE VALUE IN YOUR STARTING ROUTINE "...having a starting routine that has value will help you start class on time and greatly reduce classroom management issues that so often plague the first few minutes of class." In 2011 Louis Menand published an article in The New Yorker (Live and Learn: Why we […]

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February 2, 2015
Organized Binder: A Reprieve From the Grind of the Teaching Day

We recently received this feedback from an Organized Binder teacher who started using this system this school year. We are keeping the teacher anonymous but thought you would enjoy reading it as well! "I think things are going well in my classroom with Organized Binder! I'm sure not perfect, and I'm trying to do some personal […]

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