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How-To: Manage Your Classroom
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Develop a Management Style  that Embodies Consistency, Respect and Love

Class Assistants - Linda Kasarjian

 

Class Assistants


Class Assistants are used instead of assigning each child a job for each day.
 Instead, 2 students each day have a chance to do all of the jobs a teacher
may need such as: taking any notes to teachers to the office, handing out
notes and papers to the class, sharpening pencils, calendar and meeting area
routines, calling to lines up for snack...As the assistants change daily,
each child has a turn every 2 1/2 weeks or so.  I keep the class names on 2
rings in alphabetical order and each day the precious class assistants turn
over the rings to reveal that days assistants.

Class assistants have special passes they can wear around their necks if they chose.  Any prep teachers who teach in the classroom are made aware of these jobs to maintain equity in the  classroom space.

 

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