Classroom Procedures and routines: teacher-student relationship

Classroom Procedures and routines: teacher-student relationship

E‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‌‍‍‍‌stablishing classroom procedures and routines helps to optimize time through improved teacher-student relationship. Additionally, Class routines and instructions allow the learning environment to operate efficiently. Further, the teacher-student relationship is important in delivery of course objectives to the students. Students and teachers need to have procedures for everything, based on the needs of the particular class.

For this assignment, identify a class of students in terms of grade level, 2nd Grade and number of students in the class. Also, create a 10-12 slide digital presentation for the first day of school that will demonstrate how you will introduce expectations, processes, and diversity to your class to enhance teacher-student relationship. Importantly, your digital presentation must include three parts:

Introduction: classroom procedures and routines

The manner in which to introduce yourself to your students

How students will introduce themselves to each other

How expectations, procedures, and behavior management will be introduced to advance teacher-student relationship

Finally, how the procedures and expectations will be enforced, along with possible consequences

Expectations for Policies and Procedures: teacher-student relationship

Classroom Procedures and routines – Choose five policies and procedures, applicable to your chosen grade level, from the list below or of your own, and describe how to implement them in your future classroom:

One, Entering the classroom

secondly, Using the restrooms

thirdly, When students may go to the trash cans‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‌‍‍‍‌

fourth, The use of technology in the classroom

further, Turning in classwork and homework

moreover, talking to others in the classroom

Finally, Gaining student attention

Incorporating Diversity: Classroom Procedures and routines

Addressing diverse needs in your class (e.g., a student in a wheelchair, a student does not speak English, a student who does not celebrate traditional holidays, a student who cannot eat certain foods because of religion, a student who is a different race than the rest of the class, etc.)

How to instructionally support various diverse needs, including language, family backgrounds, skills, and abilities in your classroom

Developing a culture in your classroom that values each students’ diverse background

How to establish and maintain a positive and collaborative relationship with families. P