Pechakucha

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  • Hi everyone, I’m Rachel Covin. Today I will show You why play is important. This is nice, Display of art= hallway, but where are windows?
  • Great use of walls, each grade has a project on display.
  • but hardly any natural lighting
  • Culture in art lessons 6th graders studying Greek vessels
  • Culture/nature
  • As we look around the classroom keep an eye out for windows/natural light and a safe area.
  • Seating chart shows arrangement
  • Arrangement, groups= 3 for students= 8 each, 2 for special assistance in art activities
  • Cubbies for each grade of students (explain rotation) storage for art work.
  • There is ample storage space throughout Ms. Massey’s room—tons of cabinets, shelves, drawers, long countertops and sinks—along with a large closet that triples as a kiln room, storage room and teacher’s kitchen. To the left of the storage/kiln/kitchen room entrance stands a drying rack, and to the right large storage cabinets.
  • Storage/kiln/kitchen
  • Storage…inside more storage
  • Outdoor classroom=play/experienceMy solution for one window environment w/ no natural lightAnd also,Safe haven for students
  • Supplies for outdoor class
  • Play and outdoor classroom
  • Supplies…for outdoor play
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