Teachers Are Great at Designing Classrooms. Let’s Get Them Redesigning Schools.

The National Education Association (NEA) is now recruiting teachers onto their creative team to help determine how schools across the nation should be designed, and which curriculums should be put into place. It is only natural that professional educators be let in on the decisions that back our public education system since they have shown such promise in designing their own classrooms. Just by entering a local pre-K setting, onlookers can see just how creative teachers are by all of the quirky art lacing the walls.

Key Takeaways:

  • When one takes a walk into any of the numerous elementary schools in the United States you would be amazed at the pictures of cute creatures on their walls.
  • Teachers have achieved much that is worthy of note and good for a reality show using only butcher paper, scissors, and glue gun.
  • Many boards on Pinterest that concentrate on teacher paraphernalia and arts are stars on the platform rather than having meager teacher stats.

“In other words, teachers should use their creative capacities to change their schools and even districts.”

Read more: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2019-05-22-teachers-are-great-at-designing-classrooms-let-s-get-them-redesigning-schools

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