Partner, Practice & Participate: Creating a Positive Classroom Culture

In a recent post, I wrote about using TED talks to create a positive classroom culture. However, creating an inclusive learning environment takes multiple activities, and establishing student comfort for participation is one of the most important things a teacher can do.


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It’s time for teachers to greet their new students, review their syllabi, create routines, and complete team builders. These methods lay the foundation for a fantastic school year, building safe and inclusive classrooms.  Secondary teachers often delve right into their content, but even in high school, creating a positive classroom culture encourages students to participate actively in our classrooms and grow as learners.

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