Teacher standing in front of a class

Organise your classroom

Middle years

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Structuring a classroom so that it is well organised and easy to move around creates a productive learning environment, encourages student independence, and helps with efficient transitions.

Classroom organisation may involve:

  • structuring the physical elements of the classroom, including arranging furniture to create walkways so that students can access materials without disturbing others
  • strategically placing and labelling materials and resources, encouraging students to be responsible for putting away materials and maintaining a tidy classroom.

This practice will help students to

be independent

reduce their anxiety

stay on task

This practice will help teachers to

increase teachable time

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This practice is from the core research project


for classroom organization must bring the pupils through so that pupils are aware of the location of the items and also with clear labeling, students will be able to independently locate and return items at the correct place.


3 May 2022