Component 2D: Managing Student Behavior
The Responsive Classroom Approach
At the beginning of each school year, teachers and students collaborate on a list of the expected behaviors for that year along with rules that connect their expectations to their learning goals. The following tools support the Responsive Classroom model:effective transitions, morning meetings, positive-behavior models, and logical consequences.
A new teacher uses 7 classroom management tips to change her classroom. These tips include setting a routine, using specific feedback, engaging students, and breaking down lessons into components.
Quick Tips for Increasing Student Focus (Videos)