An organized classroom is one where learning takes precedent. Clearing the clutter, being able to find things when you need them, and taking the time to put things away are not only good life habits, but good learning habits. To put and keep everything in its place, you have to have organized storage. Take stock of what you need to store, and then choose whatever types of bins, chests, cases and files that fit your space and style. Making colorful selections, and ones with small cubbies and spaces will increase the likelihood that keeping the class organized will be less onerous.
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|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|