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Old 07-14-2012, 08:06 AM
 
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I just found out that I'll be sharing a classroom with another teacher (one period), not sure which one yet, but I was wondering what's the easiest way to travel with my stuff. I'll have a small office to store my materials. I was thinking of getting a toolbox to load with supplies.

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When I taught 4th grade we were departmentalized BUT the kids were not allowed to change classrooms. The teachers used a rollling cart (much like small overhead cart) to roll from room to room. It worked better than we thought it would.
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A rolling cart is a good idea, however, I checked the school building map, and the potential classrooms I'd be using are either down or up a floor.
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What about a rolling cart like this? When you get to the stairs you could carry it up, but at least it would be easy to move through the classroom and hallway?

http://www.lulusoso.com/upload/20110..._on_wheels.jpg
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