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I love the idea of globes from the ceiling, especially for a social studies/geography/history classroom!
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I hope to have a classroom design/theme that is consistent throughout the entire room. Not only does it look amazing but it shows how organized and prepared you are!
Melanie at Schoolgirl Style has some great ideas and is hosting a giveaway right now.
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Even at the High School level I like the idea of having shelves for each group of desks as it eliminates wandering around the room for supplies!
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I've shown this picture before as it is one of my favourites! My ideal classroom would be super organized and this one has shelving for each group of desks as well.
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I like the idea of keeping track of where your students are when they are out of the room, especially in High School where student's sometimes tend to "wander" around for quite some time! If it was a white board students could write in the time they left as well.
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Using a CD case has to be the BEST idea I've ever heard of for organizing classroom bulletin board letters!
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I do not look forward to chasing students down when assignments have no names! I hope something like this near the front door of the classroom can eliminate some of that.
Having homework clearly displayed in a consistent space allows students to know exactly what is expected of them. Plus these DIY boards are so cute and can fit into any theme you choose!
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A Super Improvers Wall like Mrs. Smith's, which I've highlighted before, definitely exemplifies having a consistent classroom theme and being super organized!
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I know wall space always seems to be at a premium in classrooms so having a clearly defined spot for my Power Pix wall is important, especially if I end up teaching multiple classes in a High School.
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The Scoreboard is obviously a very important part of a WBT classroom! I mentioned previously I wanted to get away from the "Teacher vs. Students" label as it didn't seem to be a good fit for me. Since then I've decided that I like the idea of having the scoreboard actually display the reward for the day/class.
Example: "5 questions of homework vs. 3 questions of homework" or "Class ends at regular time vs. Class is out 5 mins early"
Thanks to all the wonderful teachers out there who are willing to blog and pin their ideas, you've provided so much inspiration for so many people. I can't wait until I have my own classroom one day and I can incorporate all of these ideas :)