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This balance scale is part a whole group behavior system. Put labels on each side that say, "positive behavior" and "negative behavior." Each time the class gets a compliment from another teacher / administrator or does something extraordinary as a group etc., they earn a marble or marbles. When they misbehave for a specials teacher or substitute or argue on line or on the playground etc., marbles go on the negative side. I found this works much better than a regular marble jar. Once the…

This balance scale is part a whole group behavior system. Put labels on each side that say, "positive behavior" and "negative behavior.

I put these in sheet protectors and keep them all in a binder with tabs to separate the different types of activities. These would be great to use during morning work!

Homework and Independent Work for Non-Readers

I put these in sheet protectors and keep them all in a binder with tabs to separate the different types of activities. These would be great to use during morning work!

Ideas for Using Twitter in the Classroom- iLearn Technology. Twitter is "the" social network for teenagers (especially high school). Take advantage of that and use it in your classroom. Here are a few ideas to spark your own ideas.

Good ideas for new teachers coming into a high school classroom setting where social media is the IT factor.

Sooo............Standardized Testing really works????? I dont think so!........but of course you decide......

Why Standardized Tests Don't Make Sense - Edudemic

Computers Are No Longer a Luxury for Students—They Are a Must #DigitalLiteracy. Technology in the Classroom

Computers Are No Longer a Luxury for Students—They Are a Must Technology in the Classroom

Adventures in Art- adapting art for special needs

Adventures in Art- adapting art for special needs I am a huge fan of finger painting when it comes to the special education. This gives students practice in art but also gives them freedom to express themselves.

Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students from TSBVI *repinned by WonderBaby.org

Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students; Frequently Asked Questions about the Nemeth Code (braille math code). (Image: "Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students" with math symbols surrounding the text)

This website is awesome for finding science experiments by looking them up by category using the “Project Idea Tab”.  This site is also great for students if they need help coming up with a science project for a science fair or class using the “Help Me Find a Project Tab”.  Either way, there are tons of fun experiments for both teachers and students to find and have fun with!- Kaitlyn Maratik

Looking for inspiration for a science fair project? In need of fun, at-home science experiments? Science Buddies has over Project Ideas in all areas of science.

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