Building Positive Student Relationships: Strategies for Creating a Supportive Classroom
Session Description: Apply practical techniques and strategies to build positive student relationships. Analyze different behaviors and responses to understand the importance of teaching replacement behaviors before students reach a crisis point. Evaluate the effectiveness of individualized behavior support plans in meeting the unique needs of students and fostering a sense of care and understanding. Create planned responses to various student behaviors to ensure consistency and fairness in classroom management. Apply the concept of balancing external and intrinsic rewards, choosing appropriate reward systems to motivate students effectively. Analyze the setup of a behaviorally appropriate classroom, identifying elements that support positive student behavior and a sense of belonging.
Research has shown that healthy teacher-student relationships and teacher credibility have a significant impact on student learning and overall classroom dynamics. Join Reba Gordon Matthews for this time-saving, to the point session as we explore practical strategies that educators can implement to establish strong connections with their students and promote a positive classroom culture. You will also walk away with valuable insights and actionable steps to create a classroom that fosters positive student relationships and enhances the overall learning journey. Join us and make a lasting impact on your students' lives!
Participants will join a collaborative backchannel chat and discuss strategies for creating a supportive classroom to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.
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|Tuesday, August 15, 2023 @ 11:00 AM EDT
|Classroom Management, Diversity & SEL, Response to Intervention (RTI)
|& Inclusion, Back to School, Beginning Teachers, DEI, Diversity, Equity, New Teachers, PBIS, Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies, Preservice Teachers, SEL, Social & Emotional Learning, Student Teaching