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cleanup strategy

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MALOSHD
Sat, 29 Nov 1997 13:52:58 -0500 (EST)

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For cleanup procedure, everyone in my classes has a job, and all seems to go
pretty smoothly. Each table has a "gopher"- the person who gets all of the
necessary materials for their table members, a "clean-up person"-the person
who returns the materials for their table and cleans them if necessary, the
"table manager"-who makes sure the table is wiped down and clean at the end
of class, and lastly the "table king or queen"- who does not have to take
care of anyone but himself unless someone at his table is sick, then he has
to substitute for their job.
This procedure really cuts down of classroom traffic, and "accidents" bound
to happen with too many out of their seats, or at the sink. Each table
rotates these jobs every month. They really take their jobs seriously and are
very responsible. I have had other teachers question how the room stays so
clean, and I'm certain this procedure is why.........Dawn Malosh, Tucson,
AZ

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