Classrooms Don’t Need ‘Pinterest-y Looking Walls’ is a three-week series on this topic at my Education Week Teacher column.

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:

Using Classroom Walls to Create a Thinking-Rich Environment is by Eoin Lenihan.

Teach From the Walls is a video at The Teaching Channel.

Interactive Word Walls Enliven Vocab Learning is by Valentina Gonzalez at Middleweb.

If Word Walls Could Talk, They Would Ask For More Student Interaction is by Sarah Said.

Dos and Don’ts of Classroom Decorations is from Edutopia.

Should We Build a (Word) Wall or Not? is by Timothy Shanahan.

If My Walls Could Talk is from Edutopia.

Anchor Charts 101: Why and How To Use Them is from We Are Teachers.