In this article, Dr. Elias suggests four ways to build community in your classroom. They are Getting to Know You, Take a Stand and Stand, Small Things Teachers Can Do, and Be a Role Model for a Positive Community. Dr. Elias credits these ideas to the Northeast Foundation for Children and PassageWorks who have thought and written about these matters extensively.Source:
Maurice Elias, Edutopia, August 8, 2016Description:
Building positive community starts with the first day of school — actually, it starts beforehand. You can reach out to your students with a welcome letter to let them know how excited you are for them to be in your class and what appealing projects you plan to do over the coming year.Read the full article here!