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Importance of Bulletin Board

FS III
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Suzanne Pergola-Camus

on 21 November 2016

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BULLETIN BOARD
What is Bulletin Board?



A bulletin board (pinboard, pin board or notice board in British English) is a surface intended for the posting of public messages, for example, to advertise things to buy or sell, announce events, or provide information. Bulletin boards are often made of a material such as cork to facilitate addition and removal of messages or it can be placed on the computer so people can leave and erase messages for other people to read and see.

Bulletin boards are particularly prevalent at universities. Many sport dozens, if not hundreds or thousands of public bulletin boards, used for everything from advertisements by extracurricular groups and local shops to official notices. Dormitory corridors, well-trafficked hallways, lobbies, and freestanding kiosks often have cork boards attached to facilitate the posting of notices. At some universities, lampposts, bollards, trees, and walls often become impromptu posting sites in areas where official boards are sparse in number.
Bulletin Boards

Bulletin boards are a staple of any classroom. They can serve a number of purposes: provide information for students, serve as a learning center, and of course display student work. Bulletin boards can be used in any classroom, for any subject area and at anytime of the year. The Teacher's Corner has organized a great collection of bulletin board resources. You can find bulletin board ideas for all subject areas, seasons, birthdays, special events and more. These bulletin boards come straight from the classrooms of teachers around the globe.Bulletin Boards

Bulletin boards are a staple of any classroom. They can serve a number of purposes: provide information for students, serve as a learning center, and of course display student work. Bulletin boards can be used in any classroom, for any subject area and at anytime of the year. The Teacher's Corner has organized a great collection of bulletin board resources. You can find bulletin board ideas for all subject areas, seasons, birthdays, special events and more. These bulletin boards come straight from the classrooms of teachers around the globe.
Three bulletin-board principles

Be interactive and make the classroom "come alive" with the curriculum material being studied.
Give students a sense of ownership of the classroom by surrounding them with examples of their work.
Be mostly created by students.
Importance of bulletin Board in Teaching Learnig Process
Although many teachers attempt to create bulletin board displays that do not change for the entire year, creating unit displays that follow lesson plans enhance student learning. Visual learners take in everything around them in the classroom and often remember specifics from what they see later when taking tests. For example, a visual learner may be able to remember whether the location of written information on a single page – top, bottom, left side or right.
Adding bulletin board displays that reinforce key facts and other pertinent information will be a great benefit to visual learners. These can include related information to specific lessons, important unit plans or basic information that is important to the particular year of school. For example, a multiplication bulletin board for the year students will learn their times tables.
What are the different types of Bulletin Board?
Daily Routines Bulletin Board
o Elementary classrooms typically have a bulletin board that displays the monthly or weekly calendar, the daily schedule, a weather chart or thermometer and a collection of items to represent each day of school that has passed. This bulletin board orients the student to the classroom and focuses on the classroom's daily routines.
o A map is displayed on a content wall.
The content wall displays charts, lists, graphic organizers and other visual aides created by the students and teacher during the lesson. Students refer to the content wall throughout the unit of study. This bulletin board is updated continually throughout the year to reflect new material as it is learned.
Content Wall Bulletin Board
o The management bulletin board displays the classroom rules or expectations. It also can feature a chart or organizer that tells students when to do certain tasks or go to certain places in the classroom. For example, a pocket chart might direct groups of students to go to specific workstations around the room. The management bulletin board also can display the classroom's behavior management system.
Classroom Management Bulletin Board
o The management bulletin board displays the classroom rules or expectations. It also can feature a chart or organizer that tells students when to do certain tasks or go to certain places in the classroom. For example, a pocket chart might direct groups of students to go to specific workstations around the room. The management bulletin board also can display the classroom's behavior management system.
Word Wall Bulletin Board
o Post words in alphabetical order.
In pre-kindergarten through second-grade classrooms, the word wall displays high-frequency words students must memorize. Post the words in alphabetical order under individual letters of the alphabet. In upper elementary classrooms, sort words according to the current skill focus--for example, sort by the number of syllables, by common vowel pairs or by similar root words. In middle and high school classrooms, the word wall contains vocabulary words from the textbook or current unit of study. Make word walls interactive by adding magnets or hook-and-loop fasteners to both the bulletin board and the backs of word cards. Students can add and remove words as needed.
o A map is displayed on a content wall.
The content wall displays charts, lists, graphic organizers and other visual aides created by the students and teacher during the lesson. Students refer to the content wall throughout the unit of study. This bulletin board is updated continually throughout the year to reflect new material as it is learned.
Student Work Bulletin Board
o Display children's artwork on a bulletin board.
A bulletin board that displays student work validates student efforts. The bulletin board contains either a collection of similar assignments or artwork or individual pieces chosen by the student and teacher. To protect student confidentiality, display only ungraded work.
Elementary Bulletin Boards
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