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Classroom Setup is the foundation for creating zoning plans and student schedules. Creating a classroom environment that is structured and organized sets the stage for student success.

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This video starts our classroom set-up series with how a purposeful classroom setup benefits teachers and students.

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Organization is key for any classroom set-up. This video provides tips for classroom organization.

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In this video, we explain the term zones and share examples of how they support classrooms.

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What information should you consider when setting up your classroom? This video explains the information to consider to get an optimal classroom set-up.

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Suggested zones are those we find critical to many special education classrooms.

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Finding the best location for a teacher space can be tricky! Watch this video for some guiding thoughts on the best location.

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This video gives ideas on setting up whole group activities in the classroom.

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1:1 instruction is vital in many special education classrooms. This video provides ideas for 1:1 teaching locations.

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Small group instruction is another vital component for a classroom. This video provides ideas on setting up small group areas.

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Learning to work independently is a life skill that some students must be explicitly taught.

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Providing a space for a student as a home base is an important consideration.

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This video gives the audience ideas for student visual schedule locations.

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The following zones are optional and can be beneficial to classrooms depending on student needs.

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Crafts, snacks, and cooking are optional zones that can provide valuable life skills for some students.

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Functional skills can be taught in many different locations. This video shares ideas about where to teach these skills.

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Some students will need to be directly taught recreation and leisure skills to support them throughout their lives. This video briefly touches on these two topics and what they could look like in the classroom.

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Join Dalene as she quickly recaps the changes from her classroom that she discussed at the beginning of the video series.

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When setting up a classroom, all staff and students should be on the same page about expectations for all areas. This video provides strategies and tips for teaching those expectations.

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