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            5 Tips to Organize your Classroom

            Aaron Yasities shares helpful tips with fellow educators on how to organize a classroom. He recommends allowing children to be collaborative with each other by mixing tables and encourage peer learning.

            He shares tips on how to reduce clutter in a classroom, how to set up a reading corner to encourage reading, as well as tips on working walls, a positive environment and a productive workspace.

            The following transcript is auto-generated from Youtube

            hi my name is Mr. Aaron Yasities and I am
            a year four teacher at the Dubai Heights
            Academy for more educational videos
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            comment below thank you so one of the
            first things our main important points
            I’d like to raise is allowing the
            children to be collaborative allowing
            for effective communication and that
            links in with how the tables are set out
            and where you wait where you allow the
            children to sit and mix and
            personalities and things like that
            because not only that the children need
            to learn from yourself as a teacher but
            also their peers as well peer assessment
            is one of the huge huge factors who are
            from within the classroom clutter is one
            of the main problems in a classroom as
            you can see in the classroom around me
            we’ve tried to keep keep it to a minimum
            but not only get rid of it
            we need to help people out and that
            allows for a working Wars but one of the
            main things is our tables from our
            organizers so one of the things I made
            sure I brought into my classroom is one
            of these / tables so as to make sure
            that the children don’t have little
            meetings they’ve been every 10 minutes
            just when they get a little bit bored
            hand held sharpness so they can’t remove
            from the table another essential tip I
            think I could give a new teacher or even
            a teacher that’s been teaching for 10
            years is the importance of reading
            corner not only does it allow the
            children a kind of space to get away to
            relax when they’ve completed a piece of
            work maybe even completed their
            challenge but it’s also a place to relax
            and just engross themselves in a reading
            book so what I’ve done if over the past
            over my career is I’ve collected any
            book in walking into a bookshop and I
            see something that maybe a childhood
            like definite it doesn’t have to be in
            my year group could be in another
            gear group or something like that and we
            have I think I must have around 300
            books just to allow the children to to
            escape in their own free time so my next
            tip would be the importance of working
            balls so in some classrooms teachers
            decide to just do displays of pieces of
            wire and things that they would like to
            show us amazing what I like to do is
            give a lot of feedback on the walls
            themselves so as you can see possibly on
            my board over there we’ll do a bit of
            work in a lesson and then straight away
            on a working wall so it’s not forgotten
            about it’s not something that’s done on
            an interactive whiteboard that we have
            to dig up if the children decide they
            need it it’s something that’s visually
            there for us and another little separate
            thing I like to do is we create
            questions on them on the work and wall
            and I stick a post-it note pack onto
            there so if the children feel they have
            any tips that they’ve lent over the
            weekend that could help me as a teacher
            or as our teaching assistant or even the
            children the classroom they can feel
            free and put it up so one of the final
            tips or one of the important things I
            find from my own classroom is it’s the
            place where your children your your
            pupils spend most of their day where
            there be six to eight hours so making it
            feel safe making it feel like a 北京体彩网官方网站
            environment making it feel like it’s
            part of their place not just the
            teacher’s classroom
            so making allowing the children to bring
            their personalities from paint in their
            own faces around the classroom to having
            their own work having their own
            workspaces um and yeah just making it
            making that feel safe and kind of like a
            second 北京体彩网官方网站 for each and every child in
            the classroom so these are just some
            points that I thought I’d get the
            opportunity to share and obviously every
            teacher is different if you feel like
            any of these things helped you then
            please leave a comment below and let me
            know if if it helped you at all thank
            you very much

            About the Speaker

            Aaron Yasities is a Year 4 teacher in Dubai Heights Academy. He began teaching in the UK after gaining his BA degree in Primary Education and moved to Dubai in 2016. He has taught throughout Key Stage 1 & 2 in the UK and Dubai and gained a plethora of knowledge and experience that allows him to engage with all ages. He provides his students with a classroom that's engaging and fully inclusive so that every child can connect with every learning object. 

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