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5 Key Strategies for Maintaining an Organized Classroom


By nature, some of us are inherently more organized than others. But even those of us who don’t regularly practice effective organizational habits can appreciate walking into a room of someone who does. You can picture it – everything seems neat and tidy, the spacing of furniture and décor evokes a welcoming feel, a sense of cleanliness permeates the air, and the occupants can enjoy the tranquility and order. The same rules that apply to our homes should apply to our classrooms. Teachers enrolled in this course will explore tangible tools and effective strategies to organizing classrooms that will facilitate learning.
Applicable to teachers of any subject/grade level.

(3 credits/45 hours) In-Service Credit only


(3 credits/45 hours) In-serivce credits only


Lee Markowitz