Rituals

Rituals

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Having rituals in the classroom can create a bigger bond with teachers and their students. It creates a family culture that allows students to feel more connected with each other and their teacher.

Resources

https://consciousdiscipline.com/videos/creating-a-school-family-through-connection/

https://consciousdiscipline.com/free-resources/shubert/shuberts-classroom/i-love-you-rituals/

https://consciousdiscipline.com/free-resources/shubert/shuberts-classroom/wish-well-ritual/

https://consciousdiscipline.com/free-resources/shubert/sophies-classroom/goodbye-ritual/

https://www.ocde.us/HealthyMinds/Documents/ImpactingSchoolCulture%20Rituals%20Traditions%20Ceremonies%20Vezzuto.pdf

https://www.edutopia.org/blog/routine-ritual-and-school-community-greg-schnagl

Earn Your Stripe

  • Take a picture of your students engaged in a ritual you do and write a short description of how you incorporate it in your classroom and how you think it impacts your classroom culture.

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