Ok, this powerpoint on respect is long but it is extensive and packed full of information and activities to try. It is all laid out for you and has activity sheets that are ready to be copied and distributed to your students. I really appreciate the time they have put into this and can see this program being implemented at my school. I definitely recommend checking it out. Like the title says "Respect: It Starts With You!"
Looking for more ways to earn your students' respect? There are 35 here! Dr. Borba is a parenting expert, international speaker, educational consultant and award-winning author on the subject. You may want to listen to her. :) Her website provides great articles, links and resources to help build respectful relationships with your students. I enjoyed reading the article and plan on implementing many of these ideas that I hadn't thought about trying before.
Let's keep it simple. That's why I like this article as well as the website. Michael Linsin outlines 3 simple ways to earn your students respect, which is great! I think a lot of times we, as teachers, tend to overthink situations. I like his approach of just stepping back, resetting and trying the simple things first. Check out another article on this website that Michael wrote named "How To Command Respect From Students". It is another great read about classroom management and more ways
Wow! This website is amazing. There are dozens of ready for you to use lesson plans and worksheets for you to use to start turning the respect light on in your students heads. There are different lesson plans regarding respect in different subject as well as different age groups to get a well-rounded look at this subject. You can sign up for free for limited access, but there is a fee for full access. I think I would use this resource enough times to warrant the fee.
This is a very motivating, tell it like it is article from Professor Joe Martin. Professor Martin is known as "America's Top Motivator" and consults with more than 50 school districts a year in the area of teach retention and student behavioral issues. As I read this article, I felt inspired to get out there and project integrity in the classroom.