By intentionally taking time to build a positive community in your classroom, you can ease the challenges of classroom management, improve student attitude toward learning, and create an environment where students feel welcomed and supported. Check out Pr
Community Builder: The End of the Day Jar has 24 questions to ask students to get them talking about their school day. This helps build community in the classroom. You can call on students to answer the questions or have them talk with a buddy.
Behavior Strategies Tootling- the opposite of tattling. Tootling is when students write a positive note about their classmates or teacher and stick it up on our tootling board. They love doing it, and it helps promote a cohesive classroom community!
Building a community around each and every one of your students creates a place where all everone feels welcomed and respected. Read how creating a community full of character and student dialogue. Build a web of kindness
Yesterday was Thoughtful Thursday: the kids wrote something that they like about a classmate on a Post-it, then I gave them each their Post-it to keep. Today a student wrote a thank you note to the girl who wrote a compliment about him.