offers hundreds of practice questions and video explanations. .

or to Clemmonsdogpark Praxis Prep.

Steps for Setting Classroom Expectations for Your Students

have shown that when you set high expectations for your students, they will work to meet and exceed them. Of course, there are lots of different times for setting classroom expectations for your students, such as regarding the rules, classroom sound levels, completing assignments, taking tests, lining up for recess, and more. As you set your classroom expectations, here are 7 steps to follow to help you.

  1. Determine what your expectations for the class will be. You may want to speak to the students and get their help on . Also, set up your rewards and consequences for following or breaking the rules.
  2. Let the students know what the rules and expectations are on the first day of class. It would also be wise to communicate your expectations to their parents. Send home a list of the rules for parents to review, sign off on, and return to you.
  3. for students. Let them see what you expect of them, and provide them with opportunities to practice them.
  4. Establish your credibility by showing your enthusiasm for your subject. Let your students know how excited you for them to learn in your class. Also, get excited for them when they succeed or grasp a new concept.
  5. Consistently reward good behavior and address negative behavior. Don’t ignore actions that go against the rules. You need to enforce the rules every day for every student. Period.
  6. Get to know your students. Memorize their names within the first day or two of class. Learn about their background, likes, dislikes, etc. Check in with your students on a regular basis to find out how they’re doing in and outside of class, too.
  7. Get . Ask them about their expectations for the teacher. Find out how they think you’re doing and how class is going. Make adjustments to your expectations throughout the year, as needed.

No matter where your students are at the beginning of the year, you can set high expectations to help your students achieve them. Of course, your students are going to try to test you. Be consistent, and encourage your students to do their best and meet your expectations throughout the school year.

By the way, to try out Clemmonsdogpark Praxis Prep!

No comments yet.


Clemmonsdogpark blog comment policy: To create the best experience for our readers, we will only approve comments that are relevant to the article, general enough to be helpful to other students, concise, and well-written! 😄 Due to the high volume of comments across all of our blogs, we cannot promise that all comments will receive responses from our instructors.

We highly encourage students to help each other out and respond to other students' comments if you can!

If you are a Premium Clemmonsdogpark student and would like more personalized service from our instructors, you can use the Help tab on the Clemmonsdogpark dashboard. Thanks!

Leave a Reply