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The Importance of Classroom Space
What Do You Value in Your Classroom 1:05
Promoting Student Independence 3:10
Student Supply Access
Keeping Students Focused 2:31
Simple Supply Storage 2:30
Rethinking Space on a Budget
Basic Room Organization 2:05
Supplies, Tools, and Materials 1:59
Daily Routines and Transitions
Practicing Smooth Transitions 3:08
Entering and Leaving the Classroom 1:36
Other Management Routines 1:33
Considering the Space Outside Your Room
Using Outdoor Space 0:59
Bringing in Nature 1:05
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
1 PD Hours
1 Find out why classroom space is so important and how you can best utilize your area.
2 Discover how to promote inquiry and independence through set up and organization of materials.
3 Learn how daily routines and smooth transitions can transform the flow of your art room space.
You and your students will spend most of their waking time in their classrooms over the course of the school year. In this PRO Pack, learn the importance of your classroom space, how to create and alter your existing space on a budget, and how to establish daily routines to keep your space inspirational all year long. Ensure your art room is a space that represents the values of you and your students!
A. Creates and communicates clear expectations and consequences
B. Creates and communicates clear routines and procedures
12. Physical Space
A. Designs an art room that is accessible for all students
B. Promotes the safe use of equipment, materials, and supplies
C. Maintains the organization of supplies and student work
Early Childhood Educator and PRO Facilitator
Rachel Giannini is an educator and content creator for the Chicago Children’s Museum. Prior to her role at the museum, Rachel taught in a progressive classroom setting for seven years. In her free time, Rachel is a magician and coffee enthusiast.