Embracing alternatives for seating that allow students to experience a little more comfort, freedom, and wiggle room throughout the school day.
Category: Learning Environment
Transforming the learning environment and the practices within it can have an engaging impact for all.
With all the time and effort spent on creating and organizing learning spaces, it’s equally important to invest time and effort into setting the expectations for their use.
It’s that time of year when pumpkin scents, flavors, and décor abound; these resources offer great ways to bring a love of everything pumpkin to the classroom!
While teachers’ to-do lists for back-to-school may seem endless, these 3 big ideas can’t be overlooked.
Creating inviting bulletin boards to ensure that the first impression of the classroom creates a sense of eager anticipation and community.
Taking math concepts beyond pencil and paper calculations to create meaningful learning experiences.
Creating spaces within the classroom where style and function come together to encourage a love of reading.
Tips from teachers in real classroom settings for selecting furnishings and designing functional spaces to increase student engagement and learning outcomes.
By providing non-traditional seating options, teachers can provide AD HD students and other learners with outlets that can provide focus-improving movement.
When learning time choices are left to students, what spaces can be provided to meet as many unique interests as possible?
When learning time choices are left to students, what activities can be provided to meet as many unique interests as possible?