It has been said the average person needs to hear something seven times before he/she remembers it which is why school administrators repeat things all the time both verbally and in writing. An enclosed bulletin board keeps students consistently informed while allowing academic faculty and staff to focus more on their core tasks. Here are four ways enclosed bulletin boards contribute to a more efficient learning environment:
With summer winding down, it’s back to school season again which means ensuring you have the right resources and a prepared learning environment for a productive school year. Safety, comfort, and a welcoming atmosphere are paramount for academic institutions so updating your school furniture accordingly can definitely help. Here are several ways to determine if it’s time to pull the trigger on new furniture.
The first obvious sign is furniture that is cracked, chipped, or has other physical damage. Keep a running list of questionable chairs, fixtures, tables, etc. so you can assess what needs to be replaced immediately based on your school’s budget. The last thing any school needs is to create any unnecessary liabilities.
Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day will be here soon. This fun holiday is full of hearts, pink, red, and a variety of fun ideas for classroom decorations. If you seem to be drawing a blank when it comes to Valentine’s Day decorations for your classroom, maybe one of these awesome bulletin board ideas will help spark your creativity.
St. Patrick’s Day and spring typically come to mind when trying to come up with fun bulletin board ideas for March. However, there is another route that educators can take thanks to National Peanut Month. It’s a great opportunity to talk about a variety of topics from food allergies, peanut farming, plant biology, famous inventors and presidents to animals that eat peanuts for dinner. With that said, here are a few nutty ideas for the classroom: