Stumbled across this post from Jeff Delp (with thanks to Adam Clark) who challenges teachers, educators, leaders, etc, to find new ways to connect with young people every day.
He pulled together sixty different ways to connect. Here are the first ten…
Click here to see Jeff’s full list of 60 ways to connect with students.
My question to you is: What strategy works best for you?
Me? I’d have to say, slowing down and being present, and most importantly, laughing with them.
There’s never enough laughter.
For more information about the value and power of connecting (with your students) before content, view Episode 7 of our free facilitator Tips video tutorial series.
connecting with students / interpersonal relationships / student teacher relationships
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