Norms

“Blurters” 2 of 5 : Building Relationships

This is post 2 of 5 that focus on strategies for supporting children who “call out”. Build relationships and connect with your students. This seems like a “no-brainer” but it does require finding time in an already busy day. Some students are hard to connect with. These ones usually need you the most. The Responsive […]

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“Blurters” 3 of 5 : Classroom Norms

This is post 3 of 5 that focus on strategies for supporting children who “call out”. Create age-appropriate classroom norms. Collaboratively establishing norms (instead of rules) encourages student agency and ownership. It also creates a safe learning space and helps to build classroom community. Having said, that, it is more difficult to set norms collaboratively

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