This week, we are excited to present #EdHack, a new weekly feature here at The Snarky Schoolteacher!
What is an #EdHack, anyway? It is anything that makes your teaching life easier and more streamlined. The #EdHacks we will be bringing to you each week are universal tips that any teacher can quickly implement to make their lives easier.
Today's #EdHack: Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers
Like many teachers, your desks are probably labeled in some way. Whether you use printed labels, color grouping, or Kagan strategies, labeling desks is an incredibly helpful classroom management tool.
How many times have you labeled desks just to have them written on, peeled off, or scraped off? This tool is seriously going to blow your mind.
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Check it out:
For even better results, use a Lysol wipe in place of a tissue. (I didn't have any at the time, but I think the results still look great with plain tissue.)
Plan on trying out today's #EdHack? Tag us on social media using the hashtag #edhack (or show/link us in the comments below!) We here at The Snarky Schoolteacher are so excited to bring you sanity-saving tips to make your classrooms function more smoothly. We know how important these little details are to your day-to-day function. Until next week -- stay snarky!
Have your own #EdHack you'd like to share? Tell us about it by submitting through the form here; you may be featured in a future edition of #EdHack!
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