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For the Culture: A Classroom Built on Mutual Respect

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Session Description:
When a teacher enters the classroom, they bring with them personal experiences, beliefs, and attitudes that shape their instructional choices and interactions with their students. Join Dr. Courtney Teague as she shares how educators can best support students with diverse exceptionalities and behavior needs in the classroom. You will also learn strategies for positive behavior interventions that will establish a culture built on mutual respect and create an environment that is safe and secure for our global learners.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify strategies for positive behavior interventions that will establish a culture built on mutual respect and create an environment that is safe and secure for our global learners.


  • Assessment: Participants will complete an exit ticket to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.

    Details

    Status: Available On-Demand
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Last aired on: Tuesday, July 26, 2022 @ 5:00 PM EDT
    Duration: 30 minutes
    Credit Hours: 0.5
    Categories: Classroom Management, Diversity & SEL
    Tags: classroom management, diversity, sel

    Reviews (16)

    Full Member
     
    Thought provoking concepts.
    Full Member
     
    As others have mentioned, the "Platinum Rule" was something that stuck out to me. It's listening to what others need so we can treat them with that mutual respect. One thing right at the very end as well that Dr. Teague mentioned was, would you want someone you love to read this? I think that is something that can definitely be applied more with teaching, but also in how we interact with students to emulate respect. Wonderful presentation!
     
    A very important message.
     
    spot on.
     
    It is helpful to have the reminder to treat others like you want to be treated. It is amazing how hard and how simple it is to model and show students how to do this.
    Full Member
    +7
     
    This was a thorough overview of respectful engagement, and support of self and peers in any work environment, especially the home. Those we love most and live with should receive our best treatment. Best "take-away" is The Platnum Rule" : Treat others the way they want to be treated. In other words, pay attention to what others are saying about themselves and meet those needs. Don't reward a diabetic with a candy bar!
     
    Good resource!
    Full Member
    +13
     
    Dr. Courtney gave me great ideas! Thank you!
     
    Great source!!
    Full Member
     
    Excellent source of information.
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