Reflection: Routines and Procedures Sibling Statistics - Section 4: Reflection on Learning and Behavior

 

If there is one important message I have for teachers is to take the time to establish routines, procedures and expectations in the first weeks of school. I this video I've reflected on what I've learned the last 15 years. 

 

I've included a golden nugget I created a few years ago to help in this lesson to help start your year off on the right foot.  The catch is you will need the book Reaching All by Creating Tribes Learning Communities by Jean Gibbs. You can find it on Amazon and in the link above. 

  Routines and Procedures: Take the time!
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Sibling Statistics

Unit 1: Getting Started
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: Organizing, interpreting, analyzing and displaying data.

Big Idea: We learn about each other through graphing.

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Math, Statistics, Data collection / Organization / Display, integrated, Collaboration Skills
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