My students attend a Title 1, K-8 school. They come from mixed socioeconomic backgrounds. Many of the students are English Language Learners and many receive free and reduced lunch. These students are eager to learn and enjoy coming to the resource room to get the additional support they need to help them in their general education classroom.
Almost all of the students in my classroom are students with learning disabilities.
The students in my class read below grade level expectation and perform below grade level for math. Unlike students in the general education classroom, these students stay with me year after year.
My students come to my classroom to work on language arts (reading fluency, reading comprehension, and writing) and/or math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division). Each student is working on skills that help them to become better readers, writers, and mathematicians within their general education classroom. As new students get added to my class throughout the school year, there is a need for new bins and a place to store these bins. I am running out of room for their bins which are currently on three long tables.
Every student has their own work bin with folders containing their individualized work.
I would like to be have a better means of storing these bins while making it easy for the students to take their bins out when they arrive at class and put them away before they leave the room.
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