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  • Idabel High School
  • Idabel, OK
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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Pandemic learning taught us all to be flexible and underscored that a classroom setting can happen pretty much anywhere. During the pandemic, I have embraced having classes in places other than my classroom, both inside and outside. Getting supplies to make class more mobile will make learning wherever it happens on campus easier and more organized. If I hold class in the courtyard, having a dry erase board and presentation cart I can roll outside will make lecture and presentation exponentially easier. The same goes for meeting in the library or auditorium, etc. Even when I am in my classroom, these supplies will be used daily. In attempting to follow protocols for spacing, I had to set up my room where students are facing away from the dry erase board in my room. A mobile board would address this issue. Pandemic learning has shown us that accommodating what students and faculty need to be their best can be a win for everyone. Emotionally and mentally students and faculty are struggling, perhaps even more this year than the last. To help combat this, I focus on making my classroom feel welcoming and inviting. Adding a standing desk and stool option will help my students who struggle to sit still for class. Ideally, devices are fully charged when students come to school. The reality is that they rarely are. Creating a charging station in several areas of my room just makes sense. Everyone can use a note of encouragement; having a stock of cards to write such a message helps accomplish this goal.

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Pandemic learning taught us all to be flexible and underscored that a classroom setting can happen pretty much anywhere. During the pandemic, I have embraced having classes in places other than my classroom, both inside and outside. Getting supplies to make class more mobile will make learning wherever it happens on campus easier and more organized. If I hold class in the courtyard, having a dry erase board and presentation cart I can roll outside will make lecture and presentation exponentially easier. The same goes for meeting in the library or auditorium, etc. Even when I am in my classroom, these supplies will be used daily. In attempting to follow protocols for spacing, I had to set up my room where students are facing away from the dry erase board in my room. A mobile board would address this issue. Pandemic learning has shown us that accommodating what students and faculty need to be their best can be a win for everyone. Emotionally and mentally students and faculty are struggling, perhaps even more this year than the last. To help combat this, I focus on making my classroom feel welcoming and inviting. Adding a standing desk and stool option will help my students who struggle to sit still for class. Ideally, devices are fully charged when students come to school. The reality is that they rarely are. Creating a charging station in several areas of my room just makes sense. Everyone can use a note of encouragement; having a stock of cards to write such a message helps accomplish this goal.

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