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To start building a community of learners, I would first get to know my students and my students get to know me. One way we can do this is to have each student write their name and few interesting facts on a sticky note. They would then put this up on the white board.
Getting to know my students names and interests, shows that I care about who they are.
Basic rules will be posted that will be evaluated by the class and edited so that they are their own.
Creating their own classroom environment to build the community can give students a chance to take ownership for their own learning experience.
Building up a community of learners takes time. But team building/group projects is a great way to start bridging relationships between students. Starting out with some games that focus on learning about each other encourages students to get to know one another.
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