More Strategies for Setting up a Brain-Friendly Classroom
Are you looking for easy and creative ideas for your best classroom ever? This three-part Setting Up a Wow Classroom webinar series, sponsored by Quill.com, showed fresh ways to set up and manage your classroom. In this final webinar of the series hosted by the edWeb.net Amazing Resource for Educators community, second grade teacher and international design consultant, Erin Klein, shared specific examples of creative classroom environments, and how you can recreate them. In her previous webinar, “Setting up a Brain-Friendly, Beautiful Classroom,” attendees requested specific examples of brain-friendly classrooms, what they look like, the purposes of learning spaces, and more. In response, Erin partnered with colleagues around the country and in her global personal learning network to curate a rich portfolio of resources that were shared.
Erin discussed how to begin the process of rethinking your re-design, shared easy and manageable tips to get started, and showed several examples of thoughtfully-designed learning environments. Attendees learned how to get started with setting your room up for success, simple tricks to make a big impact, and affordable ways to set up a brain-friendly space. View the recording to get practical tips you can take back to your classroom immediately!
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