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5 Ways to Reenergize Your Classroom

By Clare Maloney
 | May 23, 2017

JRe-energize Your Classroomune is almost here and, if you haven’t already, it’s a good time to revitalize your classroom. ILA has plenty of tips to help you declutter, reorganize, and breathe new life into your curriculum. Whether it’s reevaluating your assessment process or eliminating tired formats, these articles will help bring about refreshing changes for both you and your students.

Burn the Worksheets: Fire Up Student Writers

A Less-Is-More Approach to Assessing Readers

Use Monthly Quiz Activities to Practice and Evaluate Critical Reading

Bring New Energy to Your Springtime Classroom

Taking Organized Thoughts to the Cloud

Clare Maloney is a former intern at the International Literacy Association. She is currently seeking a BA in English from the University of Delaware.

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