Definition of classroom
: a place where classes meet
Recent Examples of classroom from the Web
Blount coach Lev Holly said Woods is special on the field and in the classroom.
Hill-Collis also thinks the new performing arts building — a theater and concert hall combined with classrooms and rehearsal space — will make an impact.
All remind me that no one in my classroom is fixed or finished.
Kevin Spacey was alternately pacing like a panther and beaming like a proud parent at the back of a Juilliard classroom one recent Thursday morning.
This isn’t the first time Leong, who taught middle-school humanities in Bellevue for almost six years, has explored identity gaps in the classroom.
During a May 15 village board meeting, several Holmes parents urged Oak Park trustees to approve the west side addition, as building on the east would mean the loss of the school's garden and outdoor classroom space.
However, spending more on classroom instruction doesn’t necessarily buy better outcomes for students.
Board member Carlos Tolliver said the new emergency manager legislation will lead to crowded classrooms and a lack of accountability to Gary taxpayers.
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First Known Use of classroom
CLASSROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of classroom for English Language Learners
: a room where classes are taught in a school, college, or university
CLASSROOM Defined for Kids
Definition of classroom for Students
: a room where classes are held in a school
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