When the school year begins, teachers will undoubtedly share a list of classroom rules with their students. What rules work for one setting may not work for everyone. Our Bright Hub writers have shared what they have tested and researched and we have gathered all of the information into our guide. Use it as a springboard for your own plan and then work with your class to establish a list of classroom rules that will best fit your situation. Rules are an important part of your classroom routine and with enough thought and planning, you will come up with list that will have your classroom running on auto-pilot!
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