Change In the Classroom
The new school year may very well be upon us, but as a company that does printing for teachers, we understand that a classroom is never truly finished, nor is it meant to be. So long as school is in session, the class’s environment will continue to transform. After all, a classroom is nothing more than a small ecosystem full of educators and students feeding from the resources gathered there. Both parties act as catalyst in a classroom’s environmental change, with the goal of attaining organization left mostly to the ecosystems educators, as students would be better classified as “well-intentioned” parasites.
With a curriculum full of projects stretching nine months, it isn’t hard for classrooms to develop into environments resembling wastelands or tiny islands in organizational paradise. These 7 classroom hacks were gathered with an idea in mind of keeping your parasites --I mean students organized, and keeping you sane through all of this year's changes.
7 hacks to modify for your learning Environment
3. Tired of looking at that ugly filing cabinet? Use chalkboard paint to give it more edgy.
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