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7 ways to keep your students on track with organizing
In organizing, as in life, one size does not fit all. Here’s a guide to choosing storage systems for school supplies that fit your students’ styles.
By Lisa Lawmaster Hess
Years ago, I was given the gift of a fresh start in the guise of moving to a smaller office. I was grumpy at first, but, after a little reading, a lot of thinking and many boxes, bins and crates, my change in location led to a change in attitude. I saw moving as an opportunity to do things differently and Organizing by STYLE was born. Armed with silly, kid-friendly names for the styles, I brought my particular take on organization into the classroom. With a playful, non-judgmental approach from me and much trust from my students, a typically boring topic turned into one kids could get excited about.
Here are 5 tips to help you stay organized during back-to-school chaos.
How do you help the variety of students with different organizational styles to succeed? This guide will help you identify their styles so you can best help them.
Instead of using the first six weeks to dive right into content, try this approach to leverage yourself (and your classroom) for success throughout the school year.
Kick off the school year with this prayer service.
by Jean Grant
Preparation: The theme “Teaching about God’s Gift of Forgiveness” comes to us from the guidelines of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for Catechetical Sunday, September 21, 2014. Forgiveness, as a gift, springs from the font of Baptism. With our hearts open to forgiveness, we keep the Word of Jesus alive and give witness to our faith expressed in the Gospel. Read more…