My students need this round whiteboard table so they have options on where to sit. Moving around the classroom is super important! With this table, they can problem solve by writing right on the interactive top.
My students are extremely wonderful kids who love coming to school each day! At my school, it is extremely difficult to get funding for new furniture through the school system. The budget cuts have been extreme, and a majority of the funding cannot be used on furniture.
The only way to get students to think critically and work collaboratively is to have collaborative seating options!
How do we expect students to learn to work together, be team players, and empower student leaders if we only have seating that allows for plain old boring rows? As if that is not enough, I have students who tear their clothes because they get snagged on broken edges while they walk by the desks. I believe that it is time to get some new furniture to ignite excitement and learning!
This table will make it possible for students to problem solve together in a space that's fun and engaging. Who wouldn't love to sit and solve math problems while writing directly on the table they are sitting at?
This table will allow students to work collaboratively while also engaging them at the same time.
They will no longer need to sit at a boring old desk, but can instead choose to sit at a table with a group of other students.
I am constantly looking for ways to engage learners, and being able to write and erase directly on the table is the perfect way to get reluctant learners to work!
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