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Old 08-14-2018, 02:45 PM
 
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I am strongly thinking about doing away with my desk and using my reading table as my area. What are somethings I need for my area? I was thinking of making a toolbox kit to hold my stuff but not sure what else. Thank you.


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Old 08-14-2018, 02:57 PM
 
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I have a small bookshelf against the wall behind me and a rolling cart (3 drawers) to store teacher's manuals, guided reading materials, and other lesson materials...
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Do what works.
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As long as you have space for your "stuff," go ahead and do it.

I don't want to jump on the no desk bandwagon right now. I like the organization my desk gives me, and it helps me to get down to the business of the necessary paperwork.

One thing to consider- Are there files that you would need to keep safe, like IEPs or 504s?
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Best of luck!
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I am impressed with teachers who are able to manage without a desk. I use mine before and after school and during planning (and sometimes lunch.)


I can't imagine not having a desk, but I say if it's what you want to do - go for it. I know that I would need drawers for storage of some sort - probably the plastic ones on wheels or something like that.
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