Teaching in Progress: 5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

Here are some great attention getters to use in the classroom.  They are quick and easy and will aid in transitions as will as getting students back on track and focused.

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**Updated - I put the attention getters into a table format**I use these Whole Brain Teaching attention getters on a daily basis with my ELL students. These attention getters are a great way to improve your classroom management. I usually pick one

Tootling- the opposite of tattling. Tootling is when students write a positive note about their classmates or teacher and stick it up on our tootling board. They love doing it, and it helps promote a cohesive classroom community!

The Tootling board helps promote a positive environment in the classroom! Instead of students tattling, they have to think of something encouraging about the other student/teacher and post it on the tootling board.

Student-teacher conferences are designed to help build a stronger relationship between the teacher and the students while simultaneously tracking progress throughout the entire school year!

Student-Teacher Conferences: Grades 5-12

I like the idea of having student conferences - maybe at the same time as parent conferences or towards the end of each quarter - use my average slips.

27 ways to greet your students: They might pretend not to like being greeted when they walk into your room (and not all of these will work for high school), but it's important to individually acknowledge your students each day.

Greeting Students

Teachers can learn how to give students effective and meaningful feedback so students can learn and grow!

How to Give Effective and Meaningful Feedback

Great pin to remind teachers to work on effective and good feedback for students. Teachers can learn how to give students effective and meaningful feedback so students can learn and grow!

5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day.  Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive  classroom management and behavior.

5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

Teacher/Student Relationships 5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day. Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive classroom management and behavior.

FREE Positive Notes Home. Perfect for a PBIS School and building relationships with students! From The Brown Bag Teacher

A PBIS Idea: Positive Notes Home

Sending a positive note home can make a big difference to a struggling student. These FREE notepads are perfect for any PBIS or Leader in Me school!

5 easy and quick ways to build relationships with kids every day.  Being connected with students helps teachers maintain positive  classroom management and behavior.

5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

conversation notebook (dog log), could have students put them in a Teacher mailbox (Tmail): Teaching in Progress: 5 Simple Ways to Connect with Students and Build Relationships

Learning how to ask questions effectively has made a HUGE difference in my class! Read this blogpost to find out how to design questions, promote inquiry, and improve teacher/student relationships in your classroom. Very helpful!

10 Effective Tips for Successful Questioning

We learn a lot about effective questioning in my classes this year. Knowing how to ask these questions promotes students level of interest and improves the relationships in your classroom.

This is so funny! This way the kids can still express their feelings and it keeps an open relationship between teachers and students!

This is so funny! This way the kids can still express their feelings. Magic phone installed by principal that connects to the teacher's message box. Kids write their name on the pad, dial the teacher's message box number and leave their tattle.

Get to know your students & begin building positive relationships with this…

Beginning of the Year Student Interest Survey in English and Spanish

Get to know your students begin building positive relationships with this fun survey! It comes in both English and Spanish and can be used in all subject areas and most grade levels.

To prepare for going back to school, middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed collecting student information, what to include in a syllabus, important routines and procedures for the first week, forming relationships with students, and building partnerships with parents. Read through the chat for ideas to implement in your own classroom.

Back to School Ideas for Middle & High School Teachers: Getting To Know Your Students

To prepare for going back to school, middle school and high school English Language Arts teachers discussed collecting student information, what to include in a syllabus, important routines and procedures for the first week, forming relationships with stu

I was playing around with the infographic and thinking about life. One thing that keeps coming up in conversations I have is about new teachers. A friend has a new teacher in her classroom doing hi...

Mentoring New Teachers

Mentoring tips for new teachers, mentors and administrators. Mentoring MUST be a priority in our schools!

11 Things Coaches Should Look For in Classroom Observations- For all my dearies in Step 1

11 Things Coaches Should Look For in Classroom Observations. See on Scoop.it - Education Matters - (tech and non-tech) 11 Things Coaches Should Look For in Classroom Observations

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