We added a middle school over the summer and the construction isn't done yet, and won't be for at least two weeks. Such is the nature of construction. However, this means that I don't have a classroom and am teaching my classes tucked into odd corners of the building, most often the computer lab. I had planned most of my lessons to utilize the Smartboards we have in classrooms. I, however, have an easel and some chart paper I scrounged from the hallway, and that's running low. Please tell me how you have dealt with this sort of thing! What are my options? I have computers, but I'm reluctant to open up that can of worms before we've established classroom culture enough that I don't have to be constantly putting out Youtube/Myspace fires (our server is not nannied at all). I do a lot of think pair share and write-on-the-board stuff. I also need to be able to put visual directions where they can refer to them during work time. Did I mention our copier broke down? Because it did. So I can't make copies, either.