Are you looking for some ways to organize your classroom? Check out these pages for some ideas.

 

Display Board

The TEAM evaluation process requires teachers to post teaching standards, as well as essential questions, lesson goals, and vocabulary. I found that for observations, this type of display board is essential. Read more.

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Group Work

One component of our teacher evaluation is displaying current student work. I actually heard one evaluator say that she looks at student work to see in the edges are curled up. This was a sign the page had been displayed for a while. Another teacher said she was marked down because she displayed student work out in the hallway in place of all over her classroom.
This simple idea helped me achieve top marks in this area.
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Displaying Student Work

One component of our teacher evaluation is displaying current student work. I actually heard one evaluator say that she looks at student work to see in the edges are curled up. This was a sign the page had been displayed for a while. Another teacher said she was marked down because she displayed student work out in the hallway in place of all over her classroom.
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Anchor Chart Display

My students have really enjoyed my wall of anchor charts. I change them often, and find students notice right away when a new chart is displayed.
The flip charts hang from large, removable Command hooks (5 pound weight capacity) by a ribbon which is attached to a wooden dowel suspended by book rings.
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