Presentation on theme: "EDGE Institute 2014 Session 5: Classroom Environment and Culture One to One Classroom Arrangements Kathy Brownstein."— Presentation transcript:
EDGE Institute 2014 Session 5: Classroom Environment and Culture One to One Classroom Arrangements Kathy Brownstein
Agenda Review and take notes about a variety of classroom arrangements Discuss the pros and cons Design and share out a new classroom arrangement Q & A
Session Objectives & Success Criteria Establish an understanding of the potential positive impact of various room arrangements. Success Criteria (in red). I can: – Explain the benefits of a new room arrangement Understand the decision making process for selecting a particular room arrangement – Summarize the pros and cons of different room arrangements Highlight the benefits of a particular room arrangement for both the student and the teacher – Draw and label a new room arrangement
Guiding Question Guiding Question: How can a new room arrangement change the way you teach and the way your students learn?
As it Applies to CEL 5D+ What strategies create a safe, respectful classroom culture that embraces diversity, equity, and accountability? CEC1: The physical environment is safe, and the arrangement supports student learning and the purpose of the lesson. Teacher and students use the physical arrangement for learning.
Notes Open the pros and cons document for taking notes. 1. Navigate to https://lv.kent.k12.wa.ushttps://lv.kent.k12.wa.us 2. User name is KSDvisit 3. Password is 4. Click Sign in Online Tools: One to One button: Visitor Notes- Shared doc from school visits to KSD One to One in Curriculum Center
Video of seating arrangements Add to your notes of pros and cons for each arrangement.
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