Back to School Got You Stressed? Are you ready to build a classroom community with upper-elementary students that withstands challenges of an entire year? Have you set aside time to help them grow socially, emotionally, and academically? Find out the 5 RO
5 Ways To Build Classroom Community in the Upper Grades
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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 Presto Plans' 5 favorite ways to build classroom community on The Secondary English Coffee Shop blog! #communitymanagerenglish
Read all about my morning meeting/classroom community routines, scheduling, resources, and activities. Includes suggested resources and read alouds that are perfect for discussing character education with students. I've shared how I make morning meeting i
Weekly Reflections are a great way to get students to look back on their week to identify successes and challenges. Students can use their reflections to set further goals. They are perfect for sharing learning with parents.
Upper elementary morning meetings help your students learn social, emotional, and communication skills. Read on for ideas, activities, and read alouds for compassion-themed morning meeting discussions!
Love this idea! A logical solution. "If you are like me, it's frustrating when students lose their worksheets and you have to make another copy! This post has the solution for that classroom management problem with this simple binder!