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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]suzette milam
Sun, 31 Oct 1999 09:11:47 +0000
I have monitors that help clean up the common areas such as floors, sinks,
counters. I assign them each week in a rotation by going down the roll book. I
also have the clean brush competition. Each period has a sheet that I test the
group brushes on before the end of the class period. The un-washed brushes
that leave paint on the sheet are making the class lose the competition with
the other classes. At the end of say, a color theory unit, in which we have
used paint every day, we check the sheets. The class that has the least amount
of dirty brush residue on the sheet gets a no homework pass. This is good for
when ever they want to use it, one time only.
It has cut down the brush abuse and is fun.