Traditional classrooms are normally arranged in a linear format with all the desks facing one direction. Studies suggest that creating a room with no “obvious” front helps students to take a more active role in learning, rather than looking to the teacher.
Flexible Seating made easy in the classroom. This post is filled with the most FAQ's and answers. It also comes with links to where she gets all of her flexible seating options! A must read for any teacher that is thinking about doing flexible seating in their classroom!
This pin is a Crayon Clock. I would have my students help make this clock in the first week of school and continue to use it for the rest of the year.This is acivity is good because it allows students to review telling time but also create a clock that they can take home at the end of the year.