Elementary

1. Evaluate your space.

The physical environment is really important.

The classroom should be welcoming and organized in a way that connects the students to the flow of the day- procedures, schedules, and collaboration. Display student work and give students a sense of ownership over their space. In the video linked here, Ms. Saul views her room as part of the choreography. Watch now…

 

2. Continue building community.

Is your classroom a safe place for students to take risks? In this 9-part series, students learn social and emotional skills that contribute to a sense of well-being. We chose the blog on passion and strengths to highlight here. Want to build up your students? Learn more…  

3. Look past behaviors.

Got challenging behaviors?

Part of a safe learning environment is a place where every child is valued and behaviors are corrected. In this handout, you’ll learn 4 common behaviors and how to address them. Download now…