Almira Bhojwani

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Recent Posts by Almira

Tue Feb 13, 2018 1:48 PM in Seating Charts
I am in a 5th grade classroom at the moment. I personally choose my students seats. I chose their seats based on a variety of factors. I put the students who have trouble with their vision closer to the front. I also put students that I need to work with one-on-one near the front. I make sure that I put students next to students that they do not speak with to reduce unnecessary conversations. I re...

Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:11 PM in Assigning Homework
In my 5th grade class, my students take a packet home each Monday. They are assigned 1-2 pages a day. Each day that week, I have a student walk around check the completion of the homework for the night before. On Friday, I collect the homework and check how the students did as a form of assessment. I determine what I need to reteach based on how they did. My school does not allow homework to be co...

Tue Jan 30, 2018 10:20 PM in New Student Teacher
Hi Everyone! I am a student teacher in a 5th grade ELA/SS classroom. I was looking for ideas on how to incorporate science and STEM activities in a ELA or Social Studies lesson. I am open to ideas and would love to hear your suggestions.  Thank You!