Make Sure Your Room Structure Works for You, Not Against You!

Make Sure Your Room Structure Works for You, Not Against You!

If you take a look at your classroom or teaching space, what does it communicate?  Does the structure make it clear what is expectedfrom your students?  If not, you might want to rethink how your room is set up.   I can’t tell you how many times I go into a classroom that communicates that students can do things that the teacher really doesn’t want to happen,like students running around, spending too much time off task, talking loudly across the room to others, etc.

If you have young students who need help staying in one placefor short periods of time, if you have students with behaviorswho need structure, or if you have students with significant cognitive delayswho need structure to communicate what they need to do, then you will want to hear the ideas I have for you!

Take a look!

Next week I will have 3 more ideas that you will want to consider for your rooms to help students be in the best possible learning environmentas you start the new school year!

Let me know how some of these ideas work for you!

You take care and I’ll see you next time!


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