An effective classroom comes down to three things – management, organization, and planning. From the first day students step into your room each year, these three factors come into play to foster community. That's because in an effective classroom students understand what they should be doing and how to do it. They know how to treat one another and the expectations and routines that form the norms.
However, few of us get enough support or training for how to create this effective classroom environment. That's why I've put together some of my favorite articles on the topic to help you. You'll find resources, strategies, and tips that will leave you confident that your classroom could run itself if you were out for a day.
Getting ready for a new school year? Check out these articles about structuring your classroom for relationship-building. These strategies and resources are designed to be used to help you get back-to-school planning off to a great start.
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