First the before photos:
And now for the reveal!!
This view is to the right as you walk in the lab door.
I am teaching 6th,7th, and 8th grade English this year on top of all the technology classes for K-8, so I added a few English bulletin boards/displays, and of course- the cursive banner!
My desk space! The big blue square with the red border is where my epson projects onto the wall. LOVE my projector- and it's whiteboard capabilities, WITHOUT the whiteboard!
View of the front of the lab from the back of the lab.
One of my favorite changes was the curtains I made for the shelves. We store ALL the printer paper in those shelves and it was quite unsightly. Not anymore!
My ever popular Tip-Top Typists board- new color scheme from the original one!
Here's one of the English displays I mentioned. A great find I copied from Pinterest.
And another copy from Pinterest. This speaks to my heart. Whoever came up with this is genius!
My lab door.
I made all the teachers grades 3-8 these posters so that we all are on the same "page" regarding the students' paper format. Made them in Publisher and saved as a JPEG, uploaded to Walgreens and TADA!
I placed them on the back of the door and they fit there nicely.
I bough a roll of whiteboard adhesive paper for the homework board. I used washi tape to divide it. Other brilliant teachers have done this in our school and I borrowed the idea from them.