Our classroom is full of diverse and collaborative learners. Our school is a targeted Title I school with students who come from a variety of different economic backgrounds, 50% of whom receive free or reduced-price lunch. All of my students love the opportunity to work in one of our more flexible spaces, especially when working collaboratively.
My classroom's warm flexible environment has inspired my students to work together in ways I could never imagine.
They trust, encourage, and inspire each other on a daily basis.
My goal is to inspire my students to become cooperative and collaborative leaders, that trust the process, and enjoy every moment of our daily exploration! It is my hope that my classroom's environment and tools help to support all my learners in the best way possible and encourage the love of learning through discourse, hands-on experiences, collaboration, exposure to different texts, and challenging real world problems.
My project is allowing me to give my students a refreshed collaborative space. Many of our collaborative seating choices are no longer appropriate for the age of my students. They are in need of sturdy chairs, stools, and a carpet that will allow them to work collaboratively in a warm space.
These seating options will bring new life to collaborative and independent work time.
Our new carpet will become a gathering space and our new chairs and desks will offer students a chance to work in a space that is more comfortable for them.
It is my hope that these new materials will empower my students through choice, as flexible seating allows students to make choices that work best for them.
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