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Category: CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION

HOW TO ORGANIZE CLIPBOARDS in the CLASSROOM

If you don’t have a class set of clipboards I recommend investing.  They are usually available at the Dollar Store so it isn’t a huge cost, but they are so handy to have for floor work, computer research, centers to go, etc.  They have become an essential tool for classrooms

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HOW TO ORGANIZE TEACHER RESOURCES in a CLASSROOM

Teachers like you have two types of resources: district-issued curriculum and books and materials that have been self-purchased. While you have more flexibility in how you organize and handle the latter, there are ways to make both functional and easy to access. Read below to learn how to purge unnecessary

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HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR TEACHER BAG

  Do you waste time searching through your teacher bag to find what you need?  Do you cringe every time you look inside of your bag?  If so, let’s get organized! Read below to learn more. This blog post will… inspire you to clean out your teacher bag equip you

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HOW TO ORGANIZE TECHNOLOGY in the CLASSROOM

In the past, classrooms often had a designated “computer area” because the technology needed to be placed in close proximity to outlets and cables. Now, technology takes on many different forms. Some classrooms have traditional set-ups, some have carts of laptops or tablets that travel between rooms, and others have

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How to Create Classroom Storage Using Laundry Baskets

It’s classroom storage week for the 2013 Clutter-Free Classroom Project. If you, or someone you know, is even a wee bit handy this may be a wonderful and frugal option for storing classroom items. I like it because it is spacious, fairly open, and versatile. You could use colorful laundry

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