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Promote Equity and Unity

How one teacher helps her students gain a greater sense of the world as well as a sensitivity to other people, an appreciation of other cultures, and a respect for cultural and ethnic diversity.

Creating Community Connects Kids

Seven quick tips to help your students feel connected.

Looking into Learning-Centered Classrooms: Implications for Classroom Management

This report examines controlling students' behavior and fostering learning-centered environments from the interesting perspective of two teachers in distinct settings.

Classroom Set-Up Using a Theme

Classroom themes that are dynamic and economical.

Classroom Beautiful: Do It Yourself

How do you create a beautiful, inviting, stimulating classroom? We asked experienced teachers how they did it and got both fun and practical answers, plus photos that show off their own work.

Feng Shui for the Classroom

If it can work in your home, why not your classroom?

Classroom Beautiful - Abbey Jacobs

Abbey Jacobs, a Kindergarten Teacher, from Montgomery County, Maryland, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Classroom Set-Up by Function or Activity

Form meets function with these practical classroom set-up tips from a fourth grade teacher.

Classroom Set-Up: Assess Your Space

Create activity areas, addi and arrange furnishings that will facilitate the activities you've got planned for your students.

Set Up Rules and Routines

Rules and routines keep your class running smoothly so that you have more time for teaching academics. Here are some ideas for establishing, using, and reinforcing rules and routines.

Classroom Beautiful - Maria Boichin

Maria Boichin, a sixth/seven grade teacher, from Gaithersburg, Maryland, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Classroom Beautiful - Jennifer Larson

Jennifer Larsen, a first grade teacher, from Alexandria, Virginia, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Classroom Beautiful - Daniel Hutton

Daniel Hutton, a first grade teacher, from Takoma Park, Maryland, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Classroom Beautiful - Karen Fichter

Karen Fichter, an ESL department chair, from Zebulon, North Carolina, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Classroom Beautiful - Lynn Flood

Lynn Flood, a 21st century literacy coach, from Garner, North Carolina, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Classroom Beautiful - Jason Hubler

Jason Hubler, a fifth grade teacher, from Lousville, Kentucky, offers sound advice, and great pictures to illustrate her ideas, for decorating your classroom in a way that will promote learning and help you manage your students.

Creative Classrooms on a Budget

Take a walk through the elementary, middle, and high school classrooms of three DIY divas for ideas on how to create your own inspiring, efficient, and thrifty space.

Classroom Setups

Classrooms (and students) come in all shapes and sizes, so we asked experienced educators from different grade levels to share their best tips for arranging desks, tables, furniture, and other classroom items.

Your New Classroom Set-Up

Make your classroom a fun, productive learning space with these tried and true tips.

Classroom Setups That Work

Great classroom setups can maximize student learning and minimize behavior problems. What's your secret to the art of arranging?

School Buildings

The experts take what they know about the teaching, learning, and development of young adolescents to develop specifications for remodeling or new designs of middle school buildings.

Transition to Middle School

Develop a transition plan to help elementary school students prepare for their move to middle school.

Creating a Kid-Friendly Space

Effective classrooms contain spaces that facilitate students’ independence, constructive play, thinking, and learning. And they are orderly, inviting, and safe.

Ask the Expert

You can't teach a class that's out of control. But Kate Ortiz, our classroom management expert with more than 30 years of experience, may be able to help. Describe your situation and you’ll have an answer within 24 hours.

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