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DIY Essential Questions Board

The Creative Chalkboard: Classroom Reveal 2013!

The Creative Chalkboard: Classroom Reveal Great room organization tips. I especially like the dry erase boards for Essential Questions (could use for Learning Targets, as well).

My mentor teacher printed this out and put it near where she wrote the objectives

Bloom’s revised Taxonomy with verbs

Bloom's Revised Taxonomy Action Verbs infographic - e-Learning Infographics - The Bloom's Revised Taxonomy Action Verbs infographic includes some action words that are useful in writing learning objectives.

Our objective board! Dollar store frames and scrapbook paper.

An objective board! Dollar store frames and scrapbook paper. Daily objectives are written with a dry erase marker on dollar store frames.

I think it's a great idea to make a posted Essential Question be interactive. Students can use sticky notes to respond. :) Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom www.CFClassroom.com

I think it's a great idea to make a posted Essential Question be interactive. Allow students the choice of which question to answer at the end of the day. In relation with daily objective.

I Can Do It Boards - Classroom Decorating Here I Come

my own twist on things: daily objective dry erase boards.not just for teachers! also a good idea for homework each subject is separated just like in their agenda books

Great way to set up a display for Close Reading

10 Super-Innovative Teacher Ideas for Close Reading

Close Reading focus board- same thing I have in my HomeLearning board except with definitions.

the classwork is written as it is assigned and left up for the rest of the day...students would also remember to finish CW for HW when they are copying HW down at the end of the day...LOVE

I like the way this homework board is set up. Homework on the left, what was done in the classroom today on the right!

Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: Tell Me Something Good...

White board organization for your classroom- a visual representation of what the day/week looks like along with learning objective, agenda for the day, homework -Liz Anderson

Cute and simple way to add some color to your whiteboard and looks efficient as well, could be use for homework, upcoming events, to tell your parents, a variety of things, math stations

Daily objective dry erase boards made with scrapbook paper and inexpensive frames! This could be used daily for "I can" statements- keeps them up all day and doesn't take up white board space.

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