How Productive Routines Allow Students Develop Their Own Sense Of Organization And Structure

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Productive routines allow students to develop their own sense of organization and structure in their lives. I will have subjects color coded and organized throughout my classroom. After every lesson, I will have students get out their assignment notebooks and write homework assignments and important dates in it. This routine is a recap for students and reminds them what to take home, complete, or relay any information to their parents. Other effective routines would consist of how students signal to get attention, time allotted for quiet reading and reflection, when to go to the restroom or elsewhere, and how they line up when leaving the classroom. I also believe students get a little off track over the weekend, and I would set up a routine Monday morning to go over what we have learned and what is to be expected in the classroom for the week. Students like consistency because they feel safe and know what to expect each day. I would have a daily agenda, and how we move from one activity to another, procedures, and expectations would be consistent. I also believe in having a pre-test and a post-test for each chapter so students have a sense of what they can expect and what they need to improve on. Students thrive in organized and consistent environments, in my future classroom I would like the daily schedule, breaks, expectations, and consequences to be consistent. It is very important to be consistent on how I react to classroom behavior and consequences. I must maintain

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