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4 Teacher Strategies to PREVENT Poor Behavior Choices

As adults we know and understand what expected and appropriate behavior is. It’s easy to forget that sometimes students are simply inexperienced or uninformed about how they should be conducting themselves. We can help by explicitly setting behavior expectations along side learning goals at the start of any lesson or activity. Discuss with students what the classroom looks like and what it sounds like when students are meeting the behavioral expectation.

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