This is definitely not a comprehensive list of ideas and resources – yet.
I hope readers will make more suggestions.
You might also be interested in The Best Posts On The Study Suggesting That Bare Classroom Walls Are Best For Learning.
Here’s what I have so far:
Treating Your Classroom Like “Prime Real Estate” is by Regie Routman at Middleweb.
Is Your Word Wall Really Supporting The Learners In Your Classroom? is by Valentina Gonzalez.
Here’s a tweet from Valentina:
— 🌍 v a l e n t i n a g o n z a l e z (@ValentinaESL) February 7, 2017
Using Classroom Walls to Create a Thinking-Rich Environment is by Eoin Lenihan.
Teach From the Walls is a video at The Teaching Channel.
Walls in #ELL classrooms should reflect students, not just students’ work or words to learn (although WWs r important). Culturally Responsive teaching means creating a space where student say “I see ME in this room!” So fill your walls with culturally relative and relevant stuff!
— Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa (@2014FloridaTOY) January 19, 2018
Interactive Word Walls Enliven Vocab Learning is by Valentina Gonzalez at Middleweb.