Imagine a 5th grade classroom in the middle of a lesson. What do you see: charts, letters, and drawings on the wall? A teacher writing notes on a large chalk or white board at the front of the room? Rows of desks and chairs, which face a single direction? Maybe you imagined small bookshelves, an American flag, or other supplies. It’s likely we formed the same, all too familiar image in our mind.
This has been the traditional classroom for decades. Any generation could walk into a room and immediately identify it as a classroom.
At South Carolina’s Saluda Trail Middle School,...
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