3 Ways to Build and Implement Successful Classroom Relationships

The article was posted by Meredith Sanders and comes from Getting Smart.  She highlights how she was able to build significant relationships with students.  Here is the introduction and here 3 concepts.

“A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected.”

‘This is a quote I try to keep in mind daily. As a teacher, we have the potential to reach so many students on so many levels every day. Building rapport with some students comes easier than with others, but it is one of the most important things a teacher can do. Positive encouragement can change your day, your students’ day, the classroom environment and even the school’s atmosphere.’

  1. Consistently Build Relationships with Your Students.
  2. Create a Bridge Between School and Home.
  3. Cultivate Community in the Classroom and at School.


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