Remember in my last update when I mentioned Jonah’s perspective on our display wall? I finally had some time yesterday to flip it upside-down and it makes me wonder why I didn’t do it long ago! What a great example of how seeing things through a kid’s eyes can make so much of a difference. It was an unplanned and unexpected change, but was definitely for the better! Now we can really watch it fill-up (because I guess before it trickled down the wall??)!
It’s a small change but definitely one that will make a difference! I wasn’t at school today so I didn’t see the kids’ response to it–can’t wait to see what they say tomorrow! 🙂
What do you think? If you have a #classroombookaday display, I’d love to see it!
That feels like the aha moment I had when I moved my Word Wall down from on top the white board (ok, chalk board in those days!) to below it! All because I heard a student complaining they couldn’t see that far up….
It’s the little things, right? I wonder how many other things I do that are from my perspective, or at my level that I don’t know about….
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