So, how do you help students consistently engage in positive actions? Second, actions and behaviors are typically consistent with thoughts.Third, feelings, children experience about themselves, are based in large part by their actions.Certificates, stickers, toy prizes, tickets, tokens and other reward systems are great ways to recognize students and reinforce positive behavior and achievement in the classroom.
On a whole, when teaching math, science, social studies, even history, find ways to adapt the lesson or lecture to the interests of students.
It's also helpful to discover the interests, talents, and learning styles of each student if possible.
As students make that connection between positive behavior and good feelings, and continue producing positive actions, they'll feel good about themselves, the intrinsic motivation is strengthened, and students will continue producing more positive actions and exhibiting positive behaviors.
Positivity is a key component a positive learning environment.
Teaching students how to communicate and interact with each other in a positive manner is also key to fostering a positive learning environment in the classroom.
Positivity is one of the most powerful agents of change for establishing and maintaining a positive learning environment at school and in the classroom.Many factors contribute to a learning environment, including the students, teachers, parents, school staff, policy makers, specialists, support staff, community members and the different learning spaces and resources available.This reflective journal will discuss some ways that teachers can set up the learning environment to maximise teaching and learning and some potential advantages and difficulties for me as a new teacher.It's important that students are taught positive behaviors in a consistent and systematic way at school and in the classroom.Developing a Positive Action curriculum is one of the most effective ways to teach and instill in students postive behaviors.Children come from diverse family, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.All these influences, and others, shape students' perspective of what's appropriate, and what is not.At this point, together students and teacher should be able to agree that treating others the way we each want to be treated is the best code of conduct, and should set the stage for appropriate classroom behaviors.While it would be nice if all students shared the same understanding of positive behaviors, they don't.by Becton Loveless Positive, productive learning environments are key to students' academic, emotional and social success in school.Unfortuntely, positive learning environments don't just happen on their own–they must be created.