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Mentor Meeting Forms | Behavior Management Plan | Individual Student | Classroom Management Plan | Classroom Management Strategies | Editable
Building personal connections is one of the most important components of being a successful teacher. When students know you care, they are more apt to listen to and learn from you. This is especially true for students who are struggling.
Mentor Meetings is one classroom management strategy that really works. Partnering students with adults who care is a great way to encourage, build trust, and extend a student’s community.
You decide what works best for your students - meeting with a mentor daily, weekly, or monthly. A variety of forms are included to fit your needs. An editable version is also included so that you can make any needed changes to text.
> Four pre-printed tracking forms. These simple forms are an easy way to build accountability and show progress made during meetings. Multiple options for daily, weekly, or monthly meetings.
> Editable Google Docs. Contains editable versions of the preprinted tracking forms. Easily change any of the text included to fit your needs.
> Link to blog post. More information on how Mentor Meetings work and tips for making them successful for you and your students.
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During one especially difficult year, I began using a student-teacher journal with one of my students. She had difficulty expressing herself verbally without losing control, but I discovered that she was able to communicate through writing. We began writing notes to each other – she when she needed a time out and me in response to her or when I knew she needed some encouragement. The journal writing broke down barriers between us and helped to establish a trusting relationship.
Use this Encouragement Journal however you need to with your students. Use it only with students who need it, as I described above, or as a way to communicate with your entire class throughout the year. Have students write about what’s bothering them or simply have them write a letter to wrap up their week. The possibilities are endless!
Leaving encouraging notes for students is one of the best ways to build a positive classroom environment. Let students know you notice when they make great choices with these motivational notes. 24 original notes are included - with two versions of each (one version contains clip art and the other has no graphics). Some notes encourage kindness, while others reinforce a growth mindset. You choose which notes work best for your students. And if none work for you, use the included editable Google Doc to make your own.
Do you do Lunch Bunch? If not, you should! It's a simple way to build authentic personal connections with your students. These Lunch Bunch Invitations will help you get started!
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