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Effective Communication with Students and Stakeholders Using G Suite

These resources will help you communicate clear expectations around rules of conduct, performance, a project/assignment or other learning objectives with students and other stakeholders, using G Suite tools.
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Effective Communication with Students and Stakeholders Using G Suite
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    The Learning Center provides tutorials and resources around each of the tools in G Suite as well as access to tips for using them for teaching and learning from Google Certified Teachers. Watch short video clips, learn tips and tricks, and explore the tools offered by Google.
  • says:
    The Ed Tech Teacher site provides an overview of what the G Suite for Education is, in addition to supporting educators on how to use these tools for teaching and learning.
  • edudemic.com
    edudemic.com

    Setting Classroom Expectations | Edudemic

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    This overview distinguishes between behavioral and learning expectations and addresses the advantages for co-developing them.
  • projectidealonline.org
    projectidealonline.org

    Developing Classroom Expectations - Project IDEAL

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    This article reviews research-based strategies for developing behavioral expectations in the classroom and provides some supplementary resources for understanding and implementing expectations.
  • publications.sreb.org
    publications.sreb.org

    Ten Strategies for Creating a Classroom Culture of High Expectations

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    SREB created this publication as a guide to help principals and teachers implement self-assessment and staff development programs around 10 strategies for creating a culture of high learning expectations.
  • scholar.harvard.edu
    scholar.harvard.edu

    The underutilized potential of teacher-to-parent communication: Evidence from a field experiment

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    In this study, researchers analyze the effect of sending brief, individualized messages (phone, email or SMS) weekly to parents of high school students in a credit recovery program. Messages were divided into positive (what students were doing well) and improvement (what students needed to improve) and control (no messages). Students who received any message were 6.5% more likely to complete the program, but the improvement messages produced the largest effects (~9%), which the authors attribute
  • iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu
    iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu

    Establishing classroom norms and expectations

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    Integrating research-based practices around establishing classroom norms and expectations with case study sets for study and reflection, this case study set presents familiar classroom situations and prompts educators to reflect and respond with plans to resolve. The authors, one a primary researcher in classroom management, emphasize the implementation of four strategies for establishing/reinforcing classroom expectations: Stating expectations clearly; Implementing classroom rules and procedure