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Establishing Routines by @bryngoodman

Name: Bryn Goodman
Twitter name: @bryngoodman
Sector: Primary
Subject taught (if applicable):
Position: Teacher
What is your advice about? Establishing routines

1: Decide before the start of the year which routines you want to have in place to help your classroom run smoothly. 44 more words


Routines by @alarter

Name: Ashley Larter
Twitter: @alarter
Sector:  Primary
Subject: All subjects
Position: Teacher and Maths Subject Leader
5 Bits of Advice About: Routines

  1. Have high expectations from the very start.
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Routines by @MrsPTeach

Name: Jo Payne
Twitter: @MrsPTeach
Sector:  Primary
Subject: All subjects
Position: Year Leader
5 Bits of Advice About: Routines

  1. Have routines for the start of a lesson.
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First lessons by @big_mean_bunny

Name: Catherine Malcolm
Twitter: @big_mean_bunny
Sector:  Secondary
Subject: English
Position: Head of Department
5 Bits of Advice About:  First lessons

  1. Invest time in routines.
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From Unknown to Expected: Relief

Not knowing what will happen next is stressful. In our families, many times parents/caregivers have a sense of what will be happening next but the children don’t. 470 more words


Routines: Less Stress, More Time

Routines in your classroom are like the framework of your house. They hold it together while great things happen inside. Investing thought, time and energy into establishing routines creates a classroom that most often runs smoothly: frustration, interruptions and opportunities for misbehavior are minimized. 360 more words


Smooth Transition from Summer to School

>Many children, especially in the lower grades, find it hard to make the switch from the lazy days of summer (going to the beach, playing soccer, visiting amusement parks) to the school year (early mornings, routines, homework). 504 more words

Colette Robicheau