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Mr Buetow's 4/5th Gr 11m
We got some new lap desks to try out in our flexible space. Gotta say, this setup looks exceptionally comfortable.
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Monica Prewitt 32m
How not to use flexible seating 😂
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Lacey Elliott 48m
Little people come in all shapes and sizes with different personalities and learning styles. Lucky for the kids in 4O, so do classroom chairs! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Anne Zaccardi 3h
Practicing our PCRs, looking for evidence to support opinions
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Jim Knipper 2h
at its finest! I Love walking around our halls and seeing kids reading together! Great Job Ms. Mawdsley!
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Stacey Tanner Aug 30
My class this year is incredibly challenging. I have students who NEED to move while they are doing seat work. This will help me provide them with some form of movement. Please consider helping us! Thank you!
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Mrs. Unsworth Aug 25
Ready to welcome a new group of kiddos 💜
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Nora Wheeler Aug 15
So grateful has invested in to help us to create more inviting classroom environments that can adapt to meet the innovative teaching and learning going on in our classrooms! Can't wait to see it in action in several rooms
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Mrs. Mathis Aug 26
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Erin Uhlaender Sep 1
Please take a minute to read all of Jarred’s thread. This is why I believe in in the classroom. Not for the look or vibe, but for the physical and sensory impact it has on learners.
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Pat Rascoe Sep 14
When your classroom is the size of a small apartment but have flexible seating for a mansion. You move furniture around on a daily bases.
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Mrs. McKinney Sep 4
Day 2 of our 21 day rotation as students explore our options! Let’s just say I think it’s a hit!
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LaShonda Underwood Sep 4
Good Evening All, I know everyone on the East Coast are preparing for the hurricane! However, if able please retweet and donate to my project. Anything you can give is greatly appreciated#supportateacher
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Becky Rendell Aug 29
It needs a rug/mat but here is my 2019 classroom! Updates to my include 4 new camping chairs after my others bit the dust (5 years in!) and a new-to-me bungee cord chair. I’ll update you all if I make any big changes but it’s ready (enough) for kids!!!
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Kari Dierks Aug 17
So blessed to have this guy as my math buddy this year. I ❤️ that he’s a risk taker and is passionate about working with students. I know starting Tuesday there will be lucky 🍀 students learning in this fabulous environment.
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Lindsay Toub Aug 15
Perks of moving to a new grade level.....opportunity for some new SEATS!! I’m super excited about my new high table that kids can sit at or use as a standing table while working! I think my 4th graders are going to love it!! 🤩👊✨💙❤️
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Kate Jackson Pucci Sep 5
Thank you for letting us take a quick tour of your beautiful, welcoming classroom ⁦
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Ms. Salanik Sep 16
I’ve heard about for years but I never wanted to make the change. I was worried it would be a distraction, take too much time managing, and cost too much 💵. Let me tell you, I was wrong! If you’re thinking about doing it, DO IT! Your class will thank you later
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Ms Leskie Sep 4
The room is ready: for years I’ve decorated my room with posters of my kids-one for every year I’ve taught. Every kid I’ve taught remains part of me and this space...Tomorrow begins year 18🤯(with brand new furniture!)
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Irving School Sep 13
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