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Build Community: Create Classroom Culture

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Jenny Scott

on 3 May 2017

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Transcript of Build Community: Create Classroom Culture

What do

Google, REI, SEL, Whole Foods,
and Zappos
have in common?
Get on the train!
Culture:
The set of key values,
beliefs, understandings,
and norms shared by
members
of an organization.
How do students describe your classroom culture?
Build Community:
Create
(and unlock)

Classroom
Culture

UofI Active Learning Symposium
May 1, 2017
Jenny Scott, LCSC Assistant Professor

classroom culture produces a sense of
, and that provides a feeling of
amongst students and instructor,
and that leads to
WITH and
IN
active learning.
Strong
community
connection
comfort
engagement
https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/606MQ6kEpC1E8KH
Core Values
development activity
http://www.viarail.ca/en/explore-our-destinations/trains/ontario-and-quebec/montreal-senneterre
How can the class
Core Values be displayed
and practiced
throughout the semester?
THANK YOU!
Establishing and cultivating a strong, internal culture creates a strong community, which allows for comfort and engagement with
Active Learning!
1. Display core values/class code upon entering class
(especially on days when it would serve as an important reminder: e.g. group work days)

2. During mid-term informal chat, ask them which of the core values have been most represented thus far, and which have been least represented

3. Ask periodically how they each have upheld or displayed the values, and how the class has, collectively

4. Find opportunities to hold each other accountable
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