Reflection: Trust and Respect Becoming a Community of Learners - Section 1: Core Values


One of the reasons the posters remain hanging for the entire school year is their usefulness as a reminder of behavioral expectations. If a student has trouble conforming to one of the core values, I send them over to read the poster to read it over silently, then ask "Why do you think I did that? and What will change in the future? Doing this removes him/her from the present situation and allows time for some quiet introspection before being asked to account for his/her actions.

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Becoming a Community of Learners

Unit 1: Team Building
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: Students develop collaborative skills by sharing ideas and listening to peers. They present those ideas in writing to show understanding of the values that lead to success within a community of learners.

Big Idea: The classroom is a microcosm of society! Help your classroom of individuals become a community.

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