|The front door of my classroom. Welcome!|
|The other corner of the front of my classroom, and no, my map does not roll up. It is permanently stuck in that place unless I climb up on the radiator to switch it to the US map, which I very occasionally will do if I REALLY need it.|
|All my students keep their work in their folders which they keep in these bins under the chalkboard.|
|If you turn around from the front door, you will see the back of my classroom. There's my class bulletin boards, my Great Work board, a place for students to check their grades, my World History Word Wall, and the Mastery Wall.|
|Here's a closer shot of my US History Word Wall. Awesome. I think it's a little useless, but supposedly it makes my students feel loved.|
|And here's a close up of one of my student's goals. Woohoo!|
I hope you enjoyed the tour of Mrs. A's classroom! Come back anytime, but remember, you have to come IN the back door (the one behind the filing cabinet) because it's the only one that will unlock from the outside, and go OUT through the front door, because the doorknob is broken off on the inside on the back door, so you can't turn it. Also, it might be a good idea to come in October-November-ish after the humidity goes away, but before it gets too cold in Baltimore, since one of my windows is still broken from hurricane Irene.