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Transcript of Classroom Redesign
-Place the students close to the teacher for more immediate help.
-Separating the student from students who are most likely to be distracting.
-Place the student next to another student who can help when needed.
-Formulating a small work group of three or four students, hold all members of the group responsible for making certain that each group member completes assignments successfully CLASSROOM ARRANGEMENT! Classroom Arrangement: Reasons for Redesign: How to Improve Student Engagement? By: Liluma Bayanzay
Janet Palacios Classroom Redesign Miss Gibson’s Second Grade
Student desks are place in groups of 3 students for flexible/cooperative groupings:
Groups are formed strategically to include strong or average
student with middle and lower strength students.
Room arrangement should allow for students and teacher
to move around easily without disturbing other students. References:
Jones, V. & Jones, L. (2013). Comprehensive Classroom Management: Creating Communities of Support and Problem. Upper Saddle River, NJ. Pearson Education. Miss Gibson's Second Grade Classroom Arrangement! REDESIGN OF MISS GIBSON"S SECOND GRADE CLASSROOM ARRANGEMENT BEFORE Door Carpet Art Supplies Books Books Whiteboard Miss Gibson Anna Daniel Ben Tony Aaron Mary Beth Megan Tom Teresa Dane Amy Brian Pamela Lee Laura Marco Tyrone AFTER University of Phoenix Classroom Redesign Microsoft Powerpoint. Transitioning Procedures:
(Out-of-Seat) Step One: Stand up quietly from your seat. Step Two: Push in your chair. Step Three: Walk quietly to the learning center, carpet, or front of the classroom. Step Four: Sit quietly and do not pick up materials until instructed. Step Five: Talk to your group and decide which materials will be used. (Sharing is caring!) Rehearse the procedure. Give verbal praise:
I am very proud of all of you!!
You all did that perfectly! Suggestions are based on the chart from Comprehensive Classroom Management by Jones & Jones, page 256. Provide a layout so all students can view the board.
Allow children space to move and permit easier transitions.
Declutter the classroom to keep areas neat and avoid distractions.
Avoid disruptive behavior and boredom. Why Classroom design is Important to the Learning Environment? • When students are seated in small groups, the teacher may ask that all students face him or her before the lesson begins (Jones & Jones, 2013 p.198).
• If students are focused in the beginning of the lesson, the teacher can continue to hold student engagement by connecting to students’ background.
• Teachers can assign specific roles in cooperative groups and that will allow every student to participate in their small group discussion.
• Provide work that is appropriate. Teachers should assign work that is either too easy or too difficult for team to complete (Jones & Jones, 2013, p.200).
• Set high expectations for students.
• Place-Based Education
• Involve students in setting personal learning goals.