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26 Questions to Ask Students in The First Week of School

26 Questions to Ask Students in The First Week of School | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
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I know this has nothing to do with EdTech, but after reading these, I knew I had to incorporate them into my lessons this year.

 

I did use Socrative to ask some of these questions.

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Classroom Posters & Charts

Classroom Posters & Charts | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Free Classroom Posters, Charts and Printable Teaching Resources. Decorate your Classroom Walls
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Free, printable, colorful posters for Math, English and Classroom Management.

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Hey, Teachers: 8 Smart Ways to Use Your iPad in the Classroom

Hey, Teachers: 8 Smart Ways to Use Your iPad in the Classroom | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
Have an iPad—but don't know just what to do with it? Here are eight clever ways to use your iPad in the classroom right away.
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I love this list.  Practical and USEABLE ideas.

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7 Learning Zones Every Classroom Must Have

7 Learning Zones Every Classroom Must Have | NOLA Ed Tech | Scoop.it
As you plan next year's curriculum and activities, consider how you'll use your classroom space. Here are seven learning zones to help focus your students.
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My classroom is WAY to small to accomplish these, but I will be trying to incorporate what I can this year.

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ClassDojo

ClassDojo is a great free app for helping to manage your classroom in a positive way. It enables you to give credit and wards to students who are doing well in various aspects of their classroom behaviour.


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