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Setting Expectations with Libby's "Little Tigers"

Lesson Objective: Establish clear expectations and a safe learning environment
Grades K-2 / All Subjects / Routines

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. What strategies does Ms. Pryce use to foster the proper learning environment?
  2. Why is important to involve students in making class rules?
  3. How do clear expectations and consequences contribute to student learning?

4 Comments

  • Private message to User 1234

Mrs. Price involved the parents, which was a good and important strategy for learning, especially for small children. I don't know why it would be important for kindergartners to participate in making the rules. Clear expectations and consequences contribute to learning in that they narrow the focus to where it needs to be centralized. 

                                                                                       -Michael Mueller

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  • Private message to Helene Previl
It is important for parents to always desire to get involve
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  • Private message to Marsha Williams
Parent involvement is essential the road to success is a link between home and school. The right activity, having routines are recipe for success, plus children are more apt to follow the rules if they have a voice making them. Accountability and understanding the consequences for mal-adaptive behaviors even the youngest child whatever their ability can understand.
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  • Private message to Janet Martinez
I really liked that the kids were able to participate in establishing the classroom rules.
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