5 Ways to Redesign Your Classroom
It’s a new year, and it’s a great time to redesign your learning space along with all of the resolutions you have for yourself. It may even be one of your resolutions! Here are Learning Liftoff’s editors’ picks for the top five ways to redesign your learning space this weekend.
Organization is key, and many items in our classrooms and homes are sitting idle when they could easily be repurposed to aid in the effort. Do you have old plastic containers from the grocery store, milk crates, or old hardbound books? Use them as storage containers in your classroom.
Get a plant to add some color and life to your learning space. Not only will it increase student satisfaction, but it will also increase student performance according to Science Daily.
Tack up some inspirational quotes, or even the list of New Year’s resolutions you have created for yourself. After all, visualization is a key to achieving your goals.
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Spruce up your keyboard with covers. You can buy silicon skins, or your can create your own with Washi tape.
If you’re looking for a complete overhaul, incorporate Feng Shui by using this guide for designing your desk for success.
For more learning space design and organization ideas, check out our breakdown from back-to-school season, which is useful year-round. Share your learning spaces, and all of the other things you’re trying this weekend in the comments below or on social media by tagging @K12Learn on Twitter and Instagram.
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Brittany Marklin is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff and a community manager for K12. She coordinates all K12 student contests and connects with families who pursue online education. She attended George Mason University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing, with a minor in tourism and events management. Brittany spent her first five years at K12 on the social media team where she aided with content and strategy for multiple channels, and helped construct K12’s user-generated content site, “What’s Your Story?” When she’s not working, Brittany loves spending time with her husband and daughter in North Carolina.