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Agreements In Classroom

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I think class agreements are acceptable to the self-motivated learner, but they are a challenge for those who are not. Use this template as an inspiration to create or revise your own class chords. Common and documented knowledge of how you work and help all learners eliminate confusion about classroom behaviour and procedures and create an atmosphere of trust and support between students and maximize learning time. A Community agreement (also known as a group contract, apprenticeship contract or class agreement) is a common agreement among learners on how we want to work together over the course of our time. This may contain guidelines, which means being respectful, expectations of participation or accessibility (for example. B, don`t put peanuts in the teaching). Discussion and decision on how the group will work together is a collective responsibility to make the classroom safer and allow students to express their needs in the joint development of a productive and equitable learning environment. If, as a classroom, we build community agreements, we have the opportunity to promote joint responsibility and the purchase of students for the learning process. Some of the books I used in my classroom were Mary Hoffman`s Amazing Grace, Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer`s How Full is Your Bucket, and My Friend is Sad by Mo Willems When creating class chords, some teachers present a list prepared for discussions, others bring some ideas and have students fine-tune , while the most constructivist begin to argue from scratch. What do we need as learners to thrive together? Whatever your strategy, the time invested upstream in developing class agreements that are consistent with your values and beliefs about a learning community reaps huge profits. Ask students in one of your first common classes to think about what they need to make the classroom environment safer, fairer and more productive for learning: what would help us work together best? You can do this through personalized writing requests, a share of the thought pair or another active learning strategy. After giving students time to reflect and discuss in small groups, you work out a list of agreements together.

You can also ask this question in advance by email or Quercus and have students digitally contribute to the generation of ideas.

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