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November 07, 2010

The Pursuit of a Perfect Pencil Policy

As a new teacher, David Ginsburg assumed students would be responsible enough to bring a pencil to class. He was wrong, and here's what he did about it.

November 03, 2010

Rolling Out Classroom Changes

Last week Coach G provided a process for identifying solutions to classroom problems. And now he provides pointers for implementing those solutions.

October 24, 2010

Replacing Classroom Chaos with Control

David Ginsburg says it's not too late for struggling teachers to get their classrooms back on track, and he provides a practical process for doing so.

October 13, 2010

Children Should be Seen AND Heard (Part 2)

David Ginsburg provides guidelines for implementing the student feedback system he says "changed the climate in my classroom 180 degrees for the better."

October 10, 2010

Making Sure Early Finishers Are Never Finished

Coach G says students are often off task because they have no task, and it's important, therefore, to make sure all students have something constructive to do at all times.

September 26, 2010

Children Should be Seen AND Heard (Part 1)

David Ginsburg describes how a routine stop at a grocery store inspired "the best thing I ever did for classroom culture."

September 12, 2010

Classroom Organization Tip: Strap on Supplies Rather than Search for Them

An unconventional but practical solution to a common classroom management and organization problem.

September 02, 2010

Owning and Overcoming Classroom Woes

Welcome to my blog, where I'll be sharing practical insights, strategies, and resources that have contributed to classroom success for me and teachers I've coached--our failures included, since it's often what doesn't work in the classroom that gives rise to what does work. And indeed almost nothing...

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