Discussion Post: Procedures That Make a Difference
This is not a post about me being an expert, but rather a call for all of us to share our knowledge when it comes to managing our classrooms.
The other day the parent of a now 7th grade boy told me how much her son loved Mrs. Suhr’s class because she was clear on expectations and consistent about following through with consequences. He is the kind of kid who has no problem taking any opportunity to goof off, but really felt relieved and freed up to learn when in Mrs. Suhr’s classroom because of the structure. When parent teacher conferences rolled around this students was deemed “delightful” and his parents were shocked.
What procedure do you have that makes a big difference for your classroom? Comment below so we can learn from each other!
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