Premium dry erase painted walls are excellent instructional tools for teachers at all grade levels from kindergarten to high school and beyond, as they offer virtually unlimited space for presenting facts and explaining ideas in writing as an adjunct to what’s said in class. However, as a teacher, it’s essential to have a clear picture of an organizational structure for how you’re going to use all of the writing and drawing space the walls provide. If you use the vast surface of a dry erase wall randomly and write or draw lesson content in different areas every day, students can become confused, and you can end up negating the usefulness of your dry erase wall as a powerful teaching tool.
That being said, the following are some practical tips on how teachers can organize their dry erase walls to gain the maximum instructional value.
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