Aaron Locken
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10 hacks

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jayashree Iyer Jul 5. 1 Reply

These are great ideas!  I can't wait to implement them into my classroom.Continue

Getting absent students make up work

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leesa johnson Oct 31. 7 Replies

I teach a home room class and two sections of science.  It always becomes a problem when kids are absent from science and I'm trying to get them their make up work.  Any suggestions??Continue

 

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Leesa johnson replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"You have to explain every topic in science with examples. It will make study interesting and learn a lot from them. You can teach them from animated videos and also create pages of each student on your own class website. They upload projects and…"
Oct 31
Brian Rock replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"In addition to the idea of a class website, let me suggest a learning management system like Schoology or Google Classroom. A website lets you list out assignments and share resources, and that's great. But at some point, students don't…"
Oct 16
Brian Rock replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"This is the way to go. My first year, I kept a notebook of all the assignments we completed. It wasn't the most efficient way to do things. But a class blog, with a recap of what happened, a link to any notes or powerpoints, and the assignment…"
Oct 16
UreyL Lynn replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"I agree with Mel - classroom website or blog is really the easiest way to keep all students informed. Also, create your classroom video channel and record lessons."
Sep 19
Jayashree Iyer replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"No need to worry or be discouraged. You can talk to the students and get them back to the classes."
Aug 7
Jayashree Iyer replied to Aaron Locken's discussion 10 hacks
"Please share the link with us."
Jul 5
Melissa Rosen replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"I agree that developing a website is an easy way to let students and/or parents know what they've missed. Another option that I find successful is "Homework Buddies". During the first week of school, each student in my class pairs up…"
Aug 13, 2014
Mel J. Janousek replied to Aaron Locken's discussion Getting absent students make up work
"I would suggest that you develop your own class website.  With your website, you can have the assignments for the week, documents you want students to read, links to appropriate websites, and even your own presentations.  You can also have…"
Jul 28, 2014
Aaron Locken replied to Karen Cameron's discussion 10 of My Favorite Classroom Organization Hacks for Teachers
"I can't wait to try these!  They are going to add a lot of space to my classroom!"
Jul 28, 2014
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10 hacks

These are great ideas!  I can't wait to implement them into my classroom.See More
Jul 28, 2014
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Getting absent students make up work

I teach a home room class and two sections of science.  It always becomes a problem when kids are absent from science and I'm trying to get them their make up work.  Any suggestions??See More
Jul 27, 2014
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Jul 27, 2014

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