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Homemade Offices


October 20, 2004

Found In: classroom setup

Some educational catalogues sell study carrels. I made my own and spent very little money. When I had boxes left over after a recent move, I used a utility knife to cut out three sides of a few appropriately sized boxes. I purchased some rolls of patterned contact paper at a dollar store to cover the ugly cardboard. I call them “offices.”

My students use them to create a privacy barrier while they do their independent work. To make smaller carrels that can be stored on a bookcase, my former colleague laminated two file folders together so that the short edges overlapped a couple of inches. These also make nice privacy screens.

 

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