How to Rejuvenate a Positive, Productive Classroom Learning Environment

Credit: iStock.com/DisobeyArt
Credit: iStock.com/DisobeyArt
Do you remember where you were when the masks finally came off in your classroom? We do! Something was different. For the past two years, we had floundered in a swirling cauldron of new teaching technology as we were asked to sink or swim in the online world. Finally, we could once again see smiling faces. At that moment, we realized it was time to focus on recapturing a classroom climate best suited for learning. Our world of the “pivot” now needs to include a pleasing pirouette back to a cohesive learning community.

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