Students know that they have a window of 8 minutes after the tardy bell rings when coming to my Biology class in order to complete their warm-ups. Therefore, I often see students hustling and rushing to make sure they come to my class on time
“Students are given a timed warm-up, which shuts off automatically after a certain time frame. This results in more students coming to class on time in order to complete it. I have also had situations where students are completing the warm-up on their phones before they get to class because they are tardy. So even though they are not in class on time they are participating in class remotely
Safe Pouches completely transform by classroom management, especially creating a phone-free learning environment in my class. My high-risk students learned not to have their phones anymore. NO MORE TELLING THE SAME KIDS OVER AND OVER AGAIN. I just give them a Safe Pouch, and my students know exactly what to do and the benefits and consequences.
The main reason why many students failed Chemistry is their compulsive addictions to their phones. It is the same battle against the same students. Each year, some new guidelines and policies make it hopeless for teachers like me to do anything. We cannot confiscate or touch students' phones. Implementing the Safe Pouches is a game-changer to my classroom management. It's VERY EASY to use and VERSATILE to create game-changing classroom management practices to motivate students while solving the problem or cell phones in my class. My class average jumped from 65% to over 84% after implementing the Safe Pouches.
Students come to us with varying skill levels. Some are exceptionally gifted. but more often my students come to me with several learning deficits. By being able to pinpoint which areas a student needs most growth in, I can then accommodate her needs. [StreamlineED.com] allows me to teach all my students equitably.
Last year I created over 500 Biology questions for assessments. This year I have added about 100 more questions, but most of the time is now dedicated to facilitating instruction and better honing my craft as an educator.