Imagine experiencing that beautiful moment when the children are highly engaged in their play, making choices, constructing new theories and doing this all independently. This is from a well thought out and intentionally planned environment, acting as your co-teacher. The way you layout furniture and display resources creates a voice for you.
What is YOUR ENVIRONMENT SAYING?
Is your environment speaking for you in ways that engage children, create independence and allow for deeper play?
These 10 TIPS FOR YOUR LEARNING ENVIRONMENT will help guide you through questions to reflect on, key items to have accessible for the children, and strategies to keep yourself and your environment organized.
Make sure to grab your FREE guide that goes along with this video. Use the questions at the end as time for self-reflection and create a plan with meaning and intention to get started on curating your third teacher.
After you watch the video, make sure to leave a comment on the blog below and share what you want your environment to say and which tip resonated with you.
*This video was previously recorded as part of a webinar series.
I am an Early Childhood Consultant and very passionate about supporting and inspiring my fellow Educators. I will share my reflections and experiences about implementing my philosophy, views, and ideas into my practice.