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Unfinished Student Work in Elementary – EP 322

Episode Takeaways

It is inevitable that you will have unfinished student work in elementary classrooms. Teaching is no easy task. We are responsible for teaching life lessons, standards, and everyday skills. One of the biggest skills we teach our students is to be responsible for their work. Because of this, unfinished student work in elementary classrooms is one of the most important things we can tackle. How do you help unfinished student work get finished? These are five easy tips for dealing with unfinished student work. 

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Tips for Mananging Unfinished Work in Elementary Classrooms

  • Choose What is Important
  • Have a Central Location for Turning In Work
  • Have a Place for Students to Keep Unifished Work
  • Choose a Catch-Up Day
  • Send Work Home (use FREE FORM BELOW)

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