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Organizing Your Class Room and Materials

Organizing Your Class Room and Materials

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Published by: simon on Jul 01, 2010
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Organizing Your ClassRoom And Materials
ntroduction :
 As teachers, we all know that the classroom accommodationsprovided to us can differ greatly in size and comfort.Someclassrooms are modern, spacious, and airy.Others arecramped, outdated, and crumbling.Whatever the space, youcan improve it.You work hard to create rigorous learningopportunities for your students, you love the work you do, butsometimes the clutter and disorganization of your classroomspace makes your teaching less efficient and becomescumbersome for you and your students.The followingsuggestions can be applied in many ways and will hopefully bringsome inspiration for lightening up, creating flow, and for helpingthe school day run more smoothly.
reparing Class Room
reparing a classroom each fall can be exciting, but also a littleoverwhelming. If you are a new teacher or have been teaching for several years.There is no limits to the way in which teachers can group students in aclassroom,although certain factors such as over-crowding,fixedfurniture,and entrenched students attudides may makes thingproblematic As schools become more and more crowded.Still, thereare ways to organize a small classroom with a little creativity andsome clever use of space.

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