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Connecting with Kids: The Importance of Building Relationships

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Overview

Are you looking for some great ways to connect with your students? Most of us know that students perform better and try harder when they perceive a connection with their teachers, but what are some things we can do to help establish those meaningful relationships? Whether it's at the beginning of new academic year or partway through it, it's never too late to revamp how you build relationships with your students. Join Chrissy Romano-Arrabito as she explains the importance of establishing these relationships and shares 5 tips to get you started.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 @ 4:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Classroom Management, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: behavior, caring, classroom management, connections, empathy, rapport, relationships

Reviews (108)

 
Loved this! very informative.
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Great information. Loved the bucket idea!
 
Loved this!
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Loved all the strategies. Cannot wait to try some new one.
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The ideas are great and I would love to have access to the presentation with the resources. It seems that it is not available from this on-demand webinar. Disappointing on that level.
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Even though I am the fan of Barbara Coloroso, I liked your insights very much. Our main mission is to make our students curious about something. Once we turn on the curiosity, we can be sure that they will be interested in finding out more. Unfortunately, there are many professors that believe that their job is to explain some things that they know better than others. In reality things are a little bit different. A professor has to empower the students to believe that everything is possible and that there is no problem that canít be solved. Here is an interview with a great professor from Indonesia who shares his lunch box with students that donít have enough money for a lunch http://noodol-cafe.com/
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Even though I am the fan of Barbara Coloroso, I liked your insights very much. Our main mission is to make our students curious about something. Once we turn on the curiosity, we can be sure that they will be interested in finding out more. Unfortunately, there are many professors that believe that their job is to explain some things that they know better than others. In reality things are a little bit different. A professor has to empower the students to believe that everything is possible and that there is no problem that canít be solved. Here is an interview with a great professor from Indonesia who shares his lunch box with students that donít have enough money for a lunch [url=http://noodol-cafe.com/]http://noodol-cafe.com/[/url]
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Absolutely, agree. Thanks for these insights.
 
This was such a great refresher if RC strategies. Connections are so important.
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Great ideas. I love greeting the kids. I did it differently everyday so they never knew what was going to happen until they got there.
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