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Absent students

Discover interactive learning activities to engage and support absent students. Enhance their learning experience and ensure they don't miss out on important lessons.
5th Grade Classroom, High School Classroom, Middle School Teachers, High School Teacher, Middle School Science, Science Classroom, Science Teacher, Future Classroom, Student Teaching

Whew! Has this been a crazy weekend! On Friday night it was super cold and our heating system ended up going out, so we have been dealing with that all weekend. Also we decorated for Christmas! This is our last week before the kids are on break, and then we have two teacher work days, so […]

Sarandan Paige Donovan
Use same filing system for work/projects you want to save for end of year portfolios. Secondary Classroom, 5th Grade Classroom, High School Classroom, Science Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Design, Classroom Procedures, History Classroom

Learn more about how it works here. Although (coming from a former student whose teachers had these), it might be helpful to remind students when they're back in class to go check the bin!

Susan Rouse
File folders on a wall displaying extra assignments Middle School Classroom Organization, Middle School Ela Classroom, English Classroom, New Classroom, Student Organization, Middle School Student, Organization Ideas, Absent Student Work, Absent From School

It’s the dreaded question, “What did I miss while I was out?” For years, I was guilty of simply excusing assignments because I couldn’t keep up with the missing and absent work. But, I realized there were valuable assignments students were missing out on (or that they really needed to complete, like exams). After a while, I found a system to organize student absent work that wasn’t overwhelming or chaotic. Students come in, grab what they need, complete it and turn it in! Managing it is so…

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