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In this video, Jen Saul establishes a strong classroom culture that makes students feel safe, confident, and ready to learn.
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Join Minnesota 2013 Teacher of the Year Megan Hall as she shares tips and strategies for creating a classroom that includes social and emotional learning.
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Find resources to build relationships, create an engaging, productive environment, and set the tone for shared success all year long.
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Establishing an inclusive classroom culture is essential to successful teaching. Although this idea is commonly accepted, it’s often difficult to achieve. This is probably why classroom culture is one of the most frequently discussed topics in the Q&A section of our website. To address this demand, Teaching Channel has devoted an entire section of its New Teacher Survival Guide to establishing and maintaining a positive classroom culture, as well as giving it a Deep Dive of its own.

As a community of teachers, we like to practice what we preach when it comes to developing a culture that values the thoughts of its members. Here at Tch, we strive to create materials that are valued by our community. To that end, we're asking for your feedback on our newsletter as we think about how we can better engage with you each week. Please take a few minutes to respond to this brief survey and use your voice to help us get better, too!

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