Have you ever heard of the Responsive Classroom?
The Responsive Classroom is a research-based teaching and learning approach. This method has 10 strategies to accentuate students’ academic, social, and emotional growth.
The Responsive Classroom was created in 1983 by qualified public school teachers and is nationally celebrated. Over 100,000 teachers have been trained in this approach, which is supported by the New England Foundation for Children (based in Turners Falls, MA).
The philosophy of this style of teaching is that children will excel if the school environment is kind, harmless, civil, and predictable.
The 10 strategies of a Responsive Classroom
Take a moment to imagine this, you, an educator, has a great opportunity to make a lasting difference in students' lives by positively influencing them in your responsive classroom.
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