I wasn’t quite sure how to title this video tutorial. I thought about naming it video tutorial of the super all in one area – but that seemed odd. Naming it the video tutorial of the direct instruction, morning meeting, math groups, and teacher desk area seemed too wordy. This station is really the main hub of my classroom. If my classroom where the white house, this area is the oval office. It’s where I spend most of my day and where we get most of our work done. I complete all of my direct instruction at this area as will as run afternoon math groups and sneak in some morning calendar work. And the delicious cream cheese frosting on it all? – it’s my teacher desk too.
The decision to remove the teacher desk seemed risky at first. It was hard for me to think outside the traditional classroom box and even envision a classroom without a teacher desk. But honestly? It’s been one of the best classroom organization decisions I have ever made. I now have everything in one spot and it completely streamlines my organization. Check out how I set up this area and why it works for effectively:
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