Q and A: Directing Students to the Right Classroom

Often times, our customers look to us to make suggestions on how to use our items. Whether they need help for a particular situation or just want more information on how to best use a product, we at C-Line are happy to guide them in the right direction!

Here is a recent question we received from a customer.

Question:

I am a teacher at a junior high school in Minnesota. The start of a new school year can always be chaotic for students and teachers. It never fails that we have kids that get lost or sit in the wrong classroom, especially at the beginning of the year. Any ideas on how we can help point students in the right direction without having to stand outside the class to make sure the kids are in the right place?

Answer

Thank you for your question! That is a totally understandable situation to have, especially when students are new to the building or to switching classrooms for every subject. I believe we have a great solution for you.

C-Line’s Display Pockets have a self-adhesive backing that allows the holder to be stored on a flat surface, such as a door, and can help to display information. To use, simply peel off the backing and adhere to the front of your classroom door.

Create a room schedule to alert the students on what courses are being held in the room, who the teacher is and the time of the class. Print the schedule on a letter-size page and insert into the pocket from the opening located at the top. Now students can double check the room schedule to ensure they are in the right place for their class.

C-Line's Display PocketsUse the Display Pocket in a horizontal or vertical orientation to display letter-size documents. 

What did you think of our suggestion? If you are encountering some organizational woes, feel free to add a comment with your question and we will answer it in our next Q and A blog post!

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