How to Avoid No Name Papers

It's frustrating when students forget to write their names on their papers. This blog post shares an idea that will help avoid no name papers in the classroom.

I love this idea. Ms. Williamson reminds her friends to write their name by adding in the step of highlighting it before turning it in. Now I know what you're thinking..."If they can't remember to write their name, what makes you think they'll remember to highlight it?"

I'm confident that would be a non-issue.

Have you ever offered to let a child use a highlighter? Enough said. :)

For additional tips on collecting student work see my blog post titled, "Collecting Student Work."

For additional tips on managing student assignments see my blog post titled, "Managing Student Assignments."

It's frustrating when students forget to write their names on their papers. This blog post shares an idea that will help avoid no name papers in the classroom.




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