Classroom wall space is no longer filled with store bought posters and bulletin board displays. In a learner-centered environment, it is evident that wall displays are co-created by the teacher and students. Current student work that evidences choice and pride, as well as anchor charts, are display throughout the room. Anchor charts are an important reference tool for students to use in the classroom, as they reinforce new learning in a visual way. They are generated together by the teacher and the students during a lesson. Sometimes they are posted on the classroom wall in "draft form" and other times the teacher cleans up the information on the chart and displays a “published version” for students to self-monitor their behavior by reminding them of expectations.