phase 2 classroom .docx - Phase II Communicating...

This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 3 pages.

Phase II: Communicating ExpectationsDeveloping Rules and Procedures We and our students know deep down that without rules and expectations, our classrooms can quickly become places where learning is less likely to happen. Behaviors inappropriate for the classroom environment are more likely to arise when there are few expectations for students to follow.As teachers, we are the adults and the authority figures in our classrooms. As part of our responsibility to ensure students learn, we must create an environment That has rules and regulations where students’ relational and academic behaviors are oriented in a manner most likely to ensure learning happens.As a teachers, we must establish general rules of conduct in our classroom. But how do we make our students want to follow these rules? Incorporate them, Give them a hand in creating these classroom rules! for example . Start with a list of what you consider the bare essentials youwould want in your classroom, and then, through thoughtful discussion, work with the students to create a set of rules that will work for the classroom and for them. Write down ideas on the

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture