Classroom Environments that Generate Positive Student Behavior and Outcomes
How social and emotional learning can create positive student behavior through classroom and school-wide expectations, organization, routines, and procedures
Students feel comfortable, confident, and successful when they know what is expected of them and can meet those expectations. These expectations combined with classroom routines, procedures, and organization create a positive learning environment that increases students’ ability to learn and be successful.
So, how do teachers create a learning environment that is structured, organized, consistent, inviting, and engaging? Watch to learn more!
Upon completing this 30 minute webinar, participants will be able to...
- Learners will understand why and how the classroom environment important.
- Learners will understand how does the classroom environment impact behavior.
- How can educators create student learning environments that are conducive to positive student behavior.
Nicole has served within the field of education for 16 years as a classroom teacher, specialist, assistant principal, and principal. She is certified as an educator in the areas of EC-12 Principal, EC-8 Generalist, 8-12 English Language Arts, Reading, and Social Studies, EC-12 Special Education, EC-12 Gifted and Talented, and EC-12 English as a Second Language. Her school experience varies to include work with students in prekindergarten through 12th grade, both in Texas and Europe, and within communities that were each uniquely diverse in terms of their demographics, size, and campus needs. While serving in these roles she developed expertise in the areas of curriculum and instruction, professional development, and leadership.