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I will be teaching two sections of Geometry in two shared classrooms this year. Does anyone have any suggestions for organization and transportation of all of my supplies? I want to be able to carry everything I need easily from one place to another.

Aug 7, 2015 6:47pm

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    • Sep 12, 2015 8:40am

      I traveled all day, everyday as a special education support teacher. I found that aTV cart kept me organized, gave me room to carry supplies, files, my laptop, etc. Students affectionately called me 'the cart lady' ;)

      • Sep 12, 2015 1:40pm

        First lemme say more power to you! I had experience teaching while moving between multiple rooms. Teaching Geometry if u're the hands-on kinda teacher, carries with it unique problems because you'll be needing tools such as a class set of geometry sets, tracing paper, scissors, construction papers, strings, meter or yard sticks and if you're into tech stuff a dynamic geometry software, among other things. It's almost like being a shop teacher and if you're moving its like having to move your band saw, clamps, etc... That's almost impossible to be a more effective teacher unless you make all your students bring their own tools and materials. Good luck with that! How don't you have your own classroom?! I know that you prolly got this. If I were you, I would just go by traditional means and not have to be too hands on. Your call because you can only do so much and carry much less if you're roving. Make sure to take that into account when the are evaluating you. Sorry, I couldn't help.

        • Sep 13, 2015 9:48am