Display spaces need to be student directed and accessible. Students need to take responsibility for posting and showcasing their thinking. Using interactive displays allows students to not only share their knowledge but also to sort, organize and connect new information to older ideas. Working alongside their peers, students co-construct understanding in an environment that supports a culture of thinking. Display spaces can include cork boards, fabric display boards, pinable fabric walls or larger panels, windows, and large whiteboards. Display spaces can spill out of the traditional classroom’s four walls and pop up anywhere!

 

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