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Bulletin Boards
TeachersBulletin Boards: a pin board or notice board which is used to provide messages, information or announcements for students, teachers or parents.
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The Teacher's Handbook: Strategies for Success

By Anthony D. Fredericks

20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards

By Michael Gravois

Bulletin Bored? Or Bulletin Boards!: K-12

By Patricia Sivak, Mary Anne Passatore
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Tips
1.Make the board relevant to the topic and or subject matter in your classroom.
2. Add humor and color to make it interesting and attractive.
3. Keep it on a level with the student's level of understanding.
4. Get the students involved with its development. You might find a budding artist or thinker in the group.
5. If you allow students to create the board monitor their progress for accuracy and appropriateness,
5. Check the board frequently, unwanted changes can be made as a prank or
sabotage (hackers not only prowl the internet).
6. Keep it simple yet comprehensive. Too much material can cause fatigue and confusion.