1902. Creating a nice atmosphere in classes

We can see our class as a period of work and co-operation. Both you teacher and your students are immersed into a common work, because you’re circulating among their desks and helping them out with their assigned work and exercises and activities. 

As a result a good rapport is created in the classroom. 

And this nice atmosphere brings up more co-operation. 

You dismiss little items of misbehavior, and focus on their work. Usually a disruptive student is the one that can’t carry out his work, so go there and help him: both him and you will feel better. / Photo from: worldwar1somme. www bl uk. This picture is to illustrate the post, and also in honor and remembrance of all the people involved in World War I, now that we are in 2014.


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