The rules are not hard to follow, nor are any of them “out of the ordinary.” They
are simply expected behaviors for high school students in this classroom.
CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS. 1. Be on time. Student should be
inside the class room before the tardy bell rings. If a student arrives late from a ...
See more about Classroom rules, Class rules and Classroom. ... "Positive School
Culture: How One School Transformed" plus "6 Ways to Improve. Save
Rules and routines keep your class running smoothly so that you have more ...
Adapted from NEA's "I Can Do It" Classroom Management training module, ...
Upper grade, middle, and high school students can be thanked quietly and
Aug 17, 2009 ... The results are happy and high achieving students. .... I like it. I think it's a good,
enforceable rule, particularly for middle school students.
A list of classroom rules for students to follow that any teacher can adapt to ... to
go over each of the rules with your students during the first few days of school.
determining the rules and consequences for your particular classroom. Then, we
will ..... high school students to explain the differences between a productive ...
Classroom Rules and Expectations ... ~The school's grading policy and late work
policy will be used for assignments ... ~Remember, you are in high school now.
Examples of high school classroom rules include coming to class on time and
with all supplies needed, listening and doing what the teacher asks, not using ...
Sep 6, 2010 ... As the school year begins, it's important for teachers to remember the difference
between rules and routines in the classroom. ... Back to School: Rules and
Routines in the Classroom. Originally Published: .... 9-12 High School ...