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Responsive Classroom Overview
Transcript of Responsive Classroom Overview
social and academic learning
*Working with Families
*Collaborative Problem Solving
*Establishes a climate of trust
*Sets the tone for the day
*Gives children a sense of belonging
*Hickety Pickety Bumble Bee
*Old Shoes - New Shoes
*Say Your Name
Jump In - Jump Out
The Warm Wind Blows
The Weekend is Near
*LOOK TO ACADEMICS TOO!
This will take PRACTICE!
Gives children a sense of belonging
Ask for RESOURCES!
*Extends sense of importance in the group
*Provide practice with public speaking
*Encourages "good questions"
*Around the Circle, Partner, *Focused Topic (3 or 4 students), *Individual Dialogue
*Jobs of Sharer
*What is allowed
Sign Up System
*Eases the transition to classroom
*Builds community through shared information
*A PLACE TO HELP & SHARE
MORNING MESSAGE IS:
KEEP IT SIMPLE
ASK FOR HELP
Builds a repertoire of common material
(songs, chants, games)
1-Social curriculum is as important as academics
2-How children learn is as important as what they learn
3-Great cognitive growth occurs through social interaction
4-Success comes by learning a set of social skills C.A.R.E.S.
5-Knowing the children developmentally, individually, and culturally is as important as knowing what to teach
6-Knowing the families of the children we teach is as important as knowing the children
7-How the adults at school work together is as important as our individual competence
Stick to items that are not materialistic
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
THE WARM WIND BLOWS
Name Learning Examples-
RC Chat Time
Choosing a Good Meeting Site...
Inviting, spacious & well-defined
Allow all to sit in a circle comfortably
Entry pathways for smooth & safe transitions
Keep displays at or below children's eye level
Free of distractions and clutter
Space should be able to be used for other purposes
Allows for good storage of materials & easel
Electrical outlet nearby
Key Social Skills children are to learn and practice if they are to succeed socially and academically
In This Order
BOXES DEFINE A SPACE
1- Old Shoes New Shoes
2-Hickety Pickety Bumble Bee
4-Say Your Name