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Classroom design recipe is a learning and teaching tool that aims to propose opportunities to rethink classroom space design in order to facilitate and support learning and influence innovative teaching practices. Additionally, Classroom Design Recipe inspire teachers to change, use and prepare the classroom space to support and facilitate learning activities.

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Student’s P.O. Box

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Why Why use this card? Benefits classroom users’ will get when they use this card:

• Motivating students to interact with each other through their P.O boxes.

• Enhancing classroom users’ interaction with the space. Besides, classroom walls will not be a solid rigid boundary around students any more because this card will make the classroom wall communicate with its users.

• Supporting teachers’ communication with students. Teachers will be able to communicate with their students’ through their P.O boxes.

• Helping students to define and express themselves to other students. (How do they want others to see them?)

• Creating a 3-dimensional classroom display.• Providing a space for students to personalise. • Providing teachers with an area to reward

students and appreciate their work. • Teachers could use the box as a mediator

between them and their students.

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HowWhat do you need to apply this card?How to apply this card.

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What do you need in order to apply this idea?

• Shoe box • Stick • A4 size cardboard

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How to apply this idea.

1. Ask each student to bring an old shoe box.

2. Ask each student to personalise her/his box. For example: colour it, cover it with wrapping paper, cover it with colourful patterned paper or use any other ideas using different materials with different textures such as: sack cloth, wool, silk, cotton, fabrics, feathers, glass, aluminium, tiles , shells, leather, paper plates. Ask students to be creative in designing their box.

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3. Glue a stick to A4 size cardboard.4. Ask students to define themselves on this A4

size paper. Ask them: “How would you like to define yourself to others?”

5. Use the side of the box to reward students. For example, stick a gold star on their box when they do something good; the winning student is the one with the highest number of stars.

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6. Teachers could use the box as a mediator between them and their students. For example: teachers could send messages to them or hide questions and puzzles in the box and ask students to look for them.

7. Students can be given the opportunity to send letters to each other via the box.

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WhatWhat do teachers expect when using this card? How might the learning space look?

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