I feel that you have to start by Building Community in Your Classroom
right from day one:My Building Community In The Classroom
Classroom Rules/Expectations Develop your class rules/expectations with your
students. Periodically review them. Use it as a teaching lesson about
amendments to the Constitution. Use a similar process to add or
change rules for your classroom.
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
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