Is your classroom a place of peace?
Peaceful classrooms allow children to learn, says Sheldon. Even those with learning disabilities benefit from structure, order, and grace. In this excerpt from a talk at Teachers Conference, Sheldon points out that peaceful classrooms don’t result from a single factor. Are there any missing ingredients in your classroom?
This excerpt was taken from a longer talk, Peaceful Classrooms: What Are The Ingredients and Why Do They Matter? presented at Teachers Conference 2018.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Sheldon Kauffman
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