Friday, August 28, 2015

What Shape Will Your Classroom Be This Year?

For the first 24 years of my teaching career, I have had my classroom in a U shape an idea I took from my 10th grade English teacher.  The thought was to facilitate discussion in the classroom.  This year, though, I am trying a new idea.  I am using a much smaller desk so that I be out of the way and my students will be seated in groups of four.  While I do use the front of the room to bring context, with flipping, my students are doing much more work on their own (or in groups) while I move around the room to check for understanding and to see if they need help on what is being done.  I am curious to see how this set-up works.

If you want to change your room, here and here are two ways to lay out your room to see if it will work for you before you move the actual desks.  

1 comment:

Willie Kaminski said...

A straightforward thing like moving the seats into an alternate development, and me remaining at the front giving an exceptionally short wellbeing instructions (if there should arise an occurrence of crisis, the flame ways out are in that corner… ), was sufficient to get understudies envisioning they were on a plane and meeting outsiders interestingly. It just took a few minutes to move the seats, and it made the right air prompt .


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