If you’re visually oriented, using written task lists can feel like trying to force a square painting into a round frame. Don’t fight your instincts — instead, adapt your list-making style to create a system that works for you.
We’ve all had a least one in our lives — the task that lingers on your to-do list for weeks on end. Don’t turn a blind eye. If you’ve got tasks that never seem to go away, it’s time to take a closer look.
All day long, students are on the move — from subject to subject, classroom to lunchroom, school to home and back again. Keep attention and engagement high during these transitional times with Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface.
Math is everywhere in nature, from the spirals on a nautilus to the symmetry of a sunflower. Help your students study math and other STEM concepts in the great outdoors with Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface.
Doodling on desks used to get students sent to the principal’s office. Now it just might take them to the head of the class. Read on to learn how one Texas educator uses Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface Sheets to help spread the Doodle Revolution.
Letting students write on your classroom walls might seem like a bad idea. But with Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface, it’s easy to create reusable spaces for sharing thoughts and making connections.