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Block Posters

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“A free poster maker to create massive wall posters from your own images! Free!”
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 18, 2017 12:42 AM

This is a great tool for creating large scale classroom posters or enlarging infographics with only an A4 printer.

Giancarlo Ganapini's curator insight, February 18, 2017 3:38 PM

This is a great tool for creating large scale classroom posters or enlarging infographics with only an A4 printer.

Isabel García's curator insight, February 19, 2017 4:33 AM
Qué buena idea, me encanta el programa.
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App makes bulletin boards come alive at Green school - New Jersey Herald

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"The bulletin boards throughout Green Hills School may look normal — with colorful paper and pictures covering them — but hover a tablet or smartphone loaded with a special app over them and they turn into learning tools, complete with videos and interactive lessons.

 

“I didn't want there to be all these passive areas throughout the school,” Superintendent John Nittolo said. “I wanted there to be chances for people to interact, to manipulate, to find info that changes so it's not static.”

 

The brainchild of Louis Rossi, the school's mathematics and ThinkSTEM coach, each bulletin board — technically known as “Augmented Reality Interactive Boards” — gives students an opportunity to learn away from the classroom."


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The Ark Toys's curator insight, August 26, 2014 2:05 PM

Very cool!  It's great to see technology used in innovative ways to improve the educational experience for kids.

Melissa Marshall's curator insight, August 27, 2014 12:06 AM

Use of QR codes and Aurasma can create an augmented reality where students simply need to hold their iPad up to an image or code to receive information. These are great for scavenger hunts and any activity students need to gather ideas, but here is an idea to use them with bulletin boards. This is hopefully something we can do in the Library soon!

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Classroom Wall Ideas

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Bulletin Boards, Posters, and other items to hang on the walls to decorate your classroom. For more ideas, check my holiday or subject specific boards.
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QR Codes Go to School — From student displays to scavenger hunts, QR codes give class activities a 21st-century twist

QR Codes Go to School — From student displays to scavenger hunts, QR codes give class activities a 21st-century twist | Class Displays | Scoop.it

"From magazines to signs at the local supermarket checkout line, QR codes, those little square boxes of dotted patterns, are everywhere these days. But what purpose do they serve? And what can you do with them in your school?"


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Techniques to aid imagination - Jisc infoNet

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Jisc infoNet helps organisations in the Higher Education and Further Education and Skills sectors to operate effectively, get best value for money and deliver excellent quality learning, teaching and research.

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Terry Byers's curator insight, February 15, 2013 6:41 PM

A great summation of some simple techniques to use space to inspire inspiration 

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Living Life Twice: Views From Writing Classrooms - Effective Use of Anchor Charts and Displays

Living Life Twice: Views From Writing Classrooms - Effective Use of Anchor Charts and Displays | Class Displays | Scoop.it
Check out some of the anchor charts and displays teachers are using to enhance the teaching of writing http://t.co/S886kJ2Z #writing #edchat...

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Art class word wall --punch up your classrm walls

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ratzelster's curator insight, July 29, 2013 6:50 PM

Leave it to the art teachers to know just how to use color to make things seem more interesting and to draw a student's eye to a vocabulary word wall.  Can ordinary folks master this technique?

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Classroom Displays and Bulletin Boards

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Classroom Displays and Bulletin Boards for Numeracy, Literacy, ICT, Informative Displays, Interactive displays and sharing best practice.

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Planning A Makerspace: Underestimated Details | krissy venosdale

Planning A Makerspace: Underestimated Details | krissy venosdale | Class Displays | Scoop.it
“ If kids are making, there will be a mess. This post it not about keeping tables shiny or keeping masking tape rolls symmetrically organized. I’ll write another post someday about how I like to organize my Sharpies in ROYGBIV fashion by shade (not even kidding). This is about the day to day. The real life of making.”
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Your teaching or their learning? | Venspired Learning

Your teaching or their learning? | Venspired Learning | Class Displays | Scoop.it
When you teach, who’s driving? No, I’m not talking about driver’s ed. I’m talking about the classroom… no matter the subject or the grade level… who’s in the driver’s seat?
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Library Displays

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This is not a new site, but it is constantly being updated with great examples of school library displays.  Add it to your favourites!


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10 Ideas for Designing an Engaging Classroom Space | Etale - Life ...

10 Ideas for Designing an Engaging Classroom Space | Etale - Life ... | Class Displays | Scoop.it
As part of this planning, teachers also choose (or decide by doing nothing) how to design the physical classroom space. Many considerations inform their thoughts and decisions: personal expression; a desire to highlight ...

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Lauren Yachera's curator insight, March 11, 2014 4:44 PM
I really liked some of the ideas that were presented in this article. One of my goals in the future will be to create a warm, nurturing, and comfortable classroom for my students. I want them to feel encouraged and supported while they do their work, and the tips given in the reading will help me to do so. One thing that I really liked is #4- "The Classroom Canvas." I think it would be really interesting to have a classroom that is largely blank at the beginning of the year, and have the teacher and students work together in order to create an environment that they envision a perfect room to be like. This could be an activity that could be worked on within the first week or two of school, over a few months, or even over the whole year. It allows for relationships to form and strengthen through the collaboration and shared brain power between everyone involved. Together, everyone in the classroom can create a space that will facilitate the procedures and lessons involved in PBL, all while allowing the students to express themselves. It also allows for change- if students or the teacher wants to switch somethings up, the classroom is flexible enough to do that.
Lauren Portalea's curator insight, March 27, 2014 11:53 AM

I loved the idea of the "Etch a Sketch Classroom." This idea steams from the toy that allows you to draw something and quickly erase it. In relation to a classroom, a teacher can set up the environment a certain way then completely change it. The blog describes the importance of having a blank canvas with many whiteboards, interactive whiteboards, and other blank slates. This allows teachers to use the space in versatile ways. Having a classroom that can fluctuate with the curriculum is essential for PBL. If the students need to work in groups, design an experiment, listen to directions, or other schoolwork, the blank canvas classroom can easily change shape to accommodate the present needs.

Yenoch Ng's curator insight, March 31, 2014 6:11 PM

Classroom Climate Plan REVISED:

Many of these ideas for classroom spaces contribute to providing a physical and social environment that focuses on the mission of the whole child. For example, the disciplinary decor, graphic organizers, and learning tools provide tools and strategies students can use to learn and complete academic tasks. It allows students to chose the types of resources they want to use and chose it in an organized manner. On the other hand, the classroom canvas and student hall of fame help nurture a learning community where it encourages students to get to know and care for one another. Subsequently, the classroom canvas and student hall should have students develop the habit of asking for help and helping others in the learning process. It is critical for students to build a learning community to help one another solve problems, be creative, and work with one another in many tasks such as project-based learning. 

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Learning Spaces

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Julie D. Ramsay is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.

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Terry Byers's curator insight, August 5, 2013 5:54 PM

Great Pinterest site with a number of different and innnovative examples of how institutions throughout the world have changed the formal learning space for their staff and students.

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My Learning Journey: Can displays help teach learning (and not just reinforce content)?

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Category: Book Displays

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Some of these ideas are amazing!


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Practical Theory - Co-Curating Our School

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"Most classrooms have bulletin boards. It’s where teachers put up exemplary work – often ten or twenty versions of the same project. And many teachers hang up projects in the hallways. We do that too, but does it go far enough? What if students and teachers treated their school as a living gallery and made more deliberate attempts to curate the school?"


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