Help students build social responsibility by creating a classroom contract. Use children's ideas about what a great classroom should be.

Creating a Class Contract

Help students build social responsibility by creating a classroom contract. Use children& ideas about what a great classroom should be.

Back to school activities: Choose 1 of 4 social contract posters, glue it on construction paper and then glue it to the center of a piece of tag board.  Trace children's hands and frame their contract.  Kiddos sign their name on their print.  For extra pizzazz, when school pix come back, copy, cut & glue one to their hand.

Back to school activities: Choose 1 of 4 social contract posters, glue it on construction paper and then glue it to the center of a piece of tag board. Trace children's hands and frame their contract. Kiddos sign their name on their print. For extra pizza

Best 4 questions ever!   Capturing kids hearts social contract and 4 questions for misbehavior and disrespect

Capturing kids hearts social contract and 4 questions for misbehavior and disrespect. So glad I got this training in TX.

What's New? Teaching Secondary Social Studies and English with Leah: Dealing with Difficult Students--What to do When Nothing Works

Dealing with Difficult Students--What to do When Nothing Works

How do you deal with a difficult student at the secondary level? We don't do cute behavior incentives in high school, and other behavior interventions haven't been effective. Therefore, I'm sharing the behavior contract I created that I used with a couple

Bishop's Blackboard: A First Grade Blog: Social Contract

Our district uses the Capturing Kids' Hearts process to promote positive behavior. One aspect of this process is building a Social Contract.

Kids brainstorm what a terrific teacher is, does, says, and is not. Great ice breaker for the first week, maybe as a carousel activity

I have done this the last few years with A Great Student Is.love the idea of including new categories. Kids brainstorm what a terrific teacher is, does, says, and is not. Great ice breaker for the first week, maybe as a carousel activity

Going to turn my Golden Rule and contract that kids already sign into a Wordle next year...then have them sign it.

Each kid could type 1 word in.the more one is typed the bigger it gets Could show what class thinks is most important

Our Promise To Each Other... Great Social Contract. To make it official, students put their "I promise" hand print on the poster. Older students could also sign their hand.

Kindergarten Classroom - Our Promise To Each Other - Social Contract. To make it official, students put their "I promise" hand print on the poster. Older students could also sign their hand.

This social contract by @kindergartenkindergarten is an awesome idea! Definitely save this one for the beginning of the year. Check out her Instagram for some awesome kindergarten ideas. #earlycorelearning

We have talked about making social contracts in TEFB 371 and I have seen them in so many classrooms. Especially for a younger grade!

Social Contracts are a great way to involve students in the classroom rules and expectations. It allows for a more student-centered classroom, where students help make the rules and are responsible for following them. This builds a better teacher-class relationship and improves mutual understanding of expectations and knowing there will be consequences if the agreed rules are not followed.

New teacher here again. So I made a list of rules and procedures and I wanted to know what you guys thought of them. Here are my rules: There.

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