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classroom vs. cart
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]GladRag
Wed, 27 Dec 1995 17:08:10 -0500
Whoever mentioned a sense of humor is on target. I've been on a cart (most
of my teaching days, then in a linoleumed room with no storage...that was
hard for me because I'm not an organizer... and am now in a carpeted
classroom. They put down large "under desk" type rubber mats under the
tables. I offered the perfect solution, let me "action paint" the carpet
right away, then we won't have to worry about it. Unfortunately, the
administration didn't agree. I still do pretty much what I want and
occasionally have to play Steve Erkel ("did I do that?????).
Bottom line: no matter what I don't want to compromise the materials I
use. My biggest problem has never been space, it is trying to work within a
40 minute class. I cannot get the hang of it. Any advice or voice of
experience with limited time frames?
Merrilee...Connecticut art K-12
Maybe reply: pmcnally: "Re: classroom vs. cart"