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In The Classroom

Start by Building Community in Your Classroom right from day one.

 Develop your class rules/expectations with your students. Periodically review them.  Classroom Rules/Expectations

  One rule system: "No one has the right to interfere with the learning, safety, or well being of another student."

Make sure you let your students know that they matter. My You Matter page
and they can learn from their mistakes.  My Learning from Mistakes page

How do You Build School Community? Share Your Story | The Remind Blog

 

Teacher Tip

"Start the day with a morning meeting and end the day with an exit slip of learning." A Cybrary Man quote.

My Morning Meetings page

My Exit Slips page

I would have students who had a question or problem either speak to me before class started or give me a note. I told them I had no idea what was going on in their lives or the difficulties they faced.

Building a Learning Community
in Your Classroom

Classroom Community Building
Teaching Tolerance

Fostering Relationships in the Classroom | Edutopia


About Responsive Classroom


My Team Building Page

 

Curriculum: Building a Working Community in the Classroom: One Teacher's Experience - Education World

Creating a Culture for Learning in Classrooms: Tribes Learning Community

Ideas for Building Community in Our Classrooms and Schools  

Creating a Classroom Community Scholastic

Building a Culture of Success

7 Ways to Immediately Improve Classroom Culture

A Beautiful Beginning: 10+ Tips & Resources for Creating a Safe Classroom Environment


NEA - Building Relationships with Students

Building Positive Relationships

Building Strong Relationships With Parents | Scholastic


Tips to Help Shy Students

Dealing with shy students

Encouraging Class Participation

My Motivating Students page