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Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport

Domain 2a.

Tom Cardamone

on 27 April 2018

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Transcript of Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport

Element 1.
Critical Attributes
How do we get here?
Element 2
Respectful talk and turn-taking
Attention to students’ backgrounds and lives outside of the classroom
Teacher and student body language
Physical proximity
Warmth and caring
Politeness and dignity
Active listening
Classroom interactions among the teacher and individual students are highly respectful, reflecting genuine warmth and caring and sensitivity to students as individuals. Students exhibit respect for the teacher and contribute to high levels of civility among all members of the class.

The net result of interactions is that of connections with students as individuals.
Greeting with a handshake
Set positive tone with "good things"
NOT multi-tasking when talking with a student
Lunch with students as a REWARD
Modeling social/professional interactions
Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport

Teaching depends, fundamentally, on the quality of relationships among individuals. Teachers must manage relationships with students and must ensure that relationships among students are positive and supportive. Verbal and nonverbal behavior and patterns of interactions contribute to the overall tone of the class. In a respectful environment, all students feel valued and safe, encouraging them to take intellectual risks.

-Framework for Teaching Proficiency System
Your interactions with your students include both words and actions.

A teacher’s interactions with students set the tone for the classroom. Through your interactions, you convey that you care about your students.
Student interactions with other students, including both words and actions.
How your students treat each other is as important as how you,as teachers, treat students—and arguably, for students, even more important.
At its worst, poor treatment results in bullying, which can poison the environment of an entire school.
At its best, positive interactions among students are mutually supportive and create an emotionally healthy school environment.
It's the teacher's responsibility both to model and teach students how to engage in respectful interactions with one another.
Domain 2a
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