How do you Introduce Classroom Rules & What Should They be?
The new "question-of-the-week" is:
What are the best ways to introduce classroom rules in creative ways on my large classes (30-40 students per class)?
That was the submitted question, and the one I sent to guests who are providing formal responses.
However, I'd like to make an addition and invite readers to contribute responses to the original question and to this one:
What are important classroom rules?
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