7 Creative Uses for Binders in the Classroom
When it comes to having a well-run classroom, organisation is a must for keeping track of papers, assignments, to-do lists and forms. Of course binders are one way to stay on top of many of those classroom storage needs, but binders aren’t just for filing those stray sheets of paper. In the classroom they can perform all sorts of display and educational uses.
For example, gathering samples of pupils’ work together in a binder is a great way to show progression of skills and keep evaluations all in one place. How about those days (and they will happen) when you are not in class because of other commitments? For that, it’s great to create a binder that gives a cover teacher a pathway to have a productive day with your pupils. Of course, you can also use a binder to gather art supplies for painting, drawing, or other creative pursuits.
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“While binders were invented more than a century ago, they’re still as useful and versatile as ever. Put them to work to make your classroom a more effective, organised, and active learning environment.” Quill.com
Do you have any other ideas how you could use a binder? Have you tried any of these ideas?