Teacher, students collaborate to make classroom library a shared space

When Connecticut middle school teacher Katie Durkin decided her classroom library could use “a serious facelift,” she turned to her students for help.

“I’d been researching the benefits of promoting student voice and choice — specifically by allowing them to assist in organizing an in-class library,” Durkin writes for MiddleWeb. “Now I wanted to give it a try.”

Over the course of two full days and utilizing all five of her classes, the project was complete. Find out how they made it work by clicking here.