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Changing student behavior is one of the greatest challenges parents and educators face. Keeping children engaged, maintaining focus, and challenging them are all strategies in the toolbox for encouraging behaviors that enable kids to learn effectively.
Sometimes, however, it’s the little things that have huge effects on behavior. The environment a child walks into each day can say, “let’s get down to the business of learning in a fun way!”, or if disorganized, it can leave a child feeling distracted and scattered.
Keeping a classroom organized and ready for learning in ways that are still fun and creative is challenging, especially with a teacher’s limited time and budget.
This article and infographic can help. They show how you can turn an everyday item – a binder – into an organizational or learning tool your students won’t soon forget. From DIY clipboards to storing games in their proper place, get creative with these tips!
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