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Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel

Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel
Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel
Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel
Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel
Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel
Simplifying Classroom Management: Rules, Absences, and Student Travel
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Here are three classroom management tools that I use in my room. One is a poster of the seven classroom rules that I use in my room. We focus on one per week as a way to earn classroom points, with parent notes from home testifying to the "eating more vegetables" or "playing outside" counting toward points, when either is the focus for that week. Another is an organizer for the absent student's assignments. The student assigned to the job of Classroom Doctor handles the completion of this organizer for the absent student in my room. The third tool, in this packet, is an assignment sheet for the student whose family takes them on vacation while school is in session. When this happens, I usually get asked by the parents (and school) to put together (in travel format), a list of learning objectives, directions for assignments, and resources for the student going away, so he or she can keep up with school work. The "Travel Assignment", included here, delineates tasks related to each subject, with specific directions and expectations, put together as a Travel Journal. This tool saves me from having to create new travel assignments each time a student goes away, and because it is never possible to recreate in a set of assignments, what you are teaching in the classroom, this tool, keeps the student learning by having the child use their traveling opportunity as their learning resource. The Travel Journal approach saves me a lot of time each year, and the student's Travel Journal becomes a great tool for classroom learning when the student returns. (Sometimes the student even takes the classroom gnome with him or her, and we get to hear the gnome's take on the trip as well--see my Classroom Gnome and Travel Journal lesson plan on this site.)
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