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Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Classroom Rules Sample and Suggestion Teacher Instructions • Create a general list of classroom rules.
Freedom High School Mr. Nieves Classroom Rules & Procedures I. Introduction A. Rules and procedures are fundamental in life. We follow rules and procedures in our daily lives for things such as approaching a traffic light, starting a car and driving, and making a letter.
Classroom Rules 1 Copyright © International Association of Information Technology Trainers, Ltd. All Rights Reserved by Dave Murphy Training Technology Classroom Rules What rules are reasona ble in an adult learni ng environment?
1 Establishing Classroom Rules and Consequences Adapted from Martha Rader's NBEA presentation Collaborative rule-making promotes mutual respect, cooperation, self-discipline and personal responsibility while also providing the structure and security students need.
To TableofContents To TableofContents Classroom Rules The rules in our classroom will be developed through a community effort between the students and the teachers.
Classroom rules/setting limits Classroom rules 1. Establish classroom rules the first day of school 2.
First Grade Classroom Rules 1. Follow the directions the first time given. 2. Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself. 3. Raise your hand and wait to be called on before speaking.
Creating Classroom Rules for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: A Decision-Making Guide DouglasE. Kostewicz, University of Pittsburgh KathyL.
Classroom Rules NOISE: An Atmosphere conductive to learning must be maintained by ALL Students. Loud talking among students, noise or other disruption to the instructor or other students will not be allowed.