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Transforming Your Classroom on a Budget

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Would you like to transform your classroom so that it is more inviting and optimal for student learning? Join Naomi Harm as she shows how you can transform a range of classroom spaces from a single corner to an entire classroom on a budget. She will discuss the importance of decluttering the physical and visual working spaces and provide examples of how to repurpose existing furniture to transform the space into a centralized information and research hub. Naomi will also cover how to find and apply for existing dollars through school foundation grants, PTO and PTA groups, and online mini-grants to help fill your newly redesigned classroom with learning tools that inspire student learning.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Thursday, January 7, 2016 @ 7:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: classroom design, classroom management, physical spaces, redesign, space design

Reviews (39)

Full Member
This was awesome. thank you so much for this. I love the ideas for some of the corners of the classroom.
Full Member
Great presentation with wonderful information! I really like the idea of a comfortable classroom. I have been working to make mine warm and inviting this year and the students really like it.
Full Member
So many great ideas!
Basic Member
Lots of great ideas. Letting the students have a say is a great way to promote student voice.
Basic Member
This was a great webinar, gave me a great deal to think about, as I just started to transform my seating in the classroom
Full Member
I loved the emphasis on student voice!
Basic Member
I am inspired to make my area more cozy. Thanks!
Full Member
Thank you for so many great ideas!
Full Member
I really liked the ideas
Full Member
There were lots of great ideas. Many were very student friendly, and the kids would enjoy helping.
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