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Does your school implement all the tools that are available for them to make learning a better experience? Take a look at 5 tools that every school should be using. Visit Stone-Ware.com now to learn more about classroom management software. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: 5 Tools Every School Should Have


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A School Mobile App
Parents and students often lead busy lives with
full schedules. With the growth of smartphones,
mobile apps are a perfect solution to stay
organized.
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  • A mobile app can help parents, students, and
    teachers stay connected and share information
    such as
  • School calendars with important events and
    holidays
  • Volunteer and PTA opportunities
  • School newsletters
  • School emergency procedures
  • Urgent alerts and updates
  • Links to school district information
  • Listings of campus resources
  • School activities and after-school programs
  • School photo albums and social media links
  • Links to educational resources
  • Tools for reporting issues
  • Facilitation of collaboration opportunities for
    teachers

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Classroom Management Software
It is important for schools to have effective,
customizable software while keeping costs to a
minimum. Classroom management software can
provide a range of abilities and features,
depending on the schools individual needs. This
software is ideal for keeping a classroom
organized and running smoothly.
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  • Software such as LanSchool can
  • Track student progress
  • Allow students to privately request additional
    help in the classroom when needed
  • Effectively administer distance education classes
  • In computer education classes or classrooms where
    students use their own laptop or computer,
    teachers can monitor what students are viewing on
    their own screens, limit what they can access,
    and even report inappropriate use
  • Send messages and chat with individuals or groups
    without disturbing other students in the classroom

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According to the National Association of School
Psychologists, 160,000 students per day stay home
form school because of bullying. Bullying can
cause a number of psychological problems in kids
including depression, anxiety, and even eating
disorders. It can also encourage kids to seek
acceptance by joining a group or a gang that
participates in the bullying of their peers,
leading to a potential future of criminal
activity and violence. When a school
participates and encourages anti-bullying
programs, they will see more students come back
to school, a reduction in violence, fewer
emotional issues in their students, and da
positive reputation in the community for taking
control of a devastating and widespread issue.
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An Anti-Bullying Program
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Extra Help For Students
Childhood comes with challenges like finding
friends, self-confidence, and peer pressure. The
ability to learn is another challenge for some
students. Many children are faced with different
types of learning disabilities, and if schools
took the opportunity to cater to these challenges
to create a learning environment that built on
their strengths and offered additional help, you
would see children who might have been viewed as
otherwise challenged start to thrive. Aside from
disabilities, there are students who are simply
challenged in certain subject areas. Not all
families can afford tutors for their children,
and it would be ideal for schools to provide
opportunities for students to get extra help and
attention so they can achieve the same level of
excellence as their peers.
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  • A school garden can have many benefits for
    elementary aged (or even older) children and
    gives them the opportunity to apply textbook
    information to real life in a fun, hands-on way.
  • Children can step outside of the classroom, get
    some fresh air, and have fun while learning.
  • Gardens teach about the cost-effective, healthy
    eating habits.
  • Children gain ownership and a sense of
    responsibility over their school garden. It
    teaches the basics of subjects like biology
    through plant growth and ecology through insect
    and habitat discovery.
  • A garden gives kids something to be proud of.
  • It gives parents the opportunity to see the
    fruits of their childs labor and become more
    involved and connected with their education.

A Garden
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