#KELTChat summary: Classroom Rules and Implementing Them (9th December 2012)

Teachers from Korea, Turkey, Ireland, Australia, and Indonesia (perhaps many more in the “lurk-esphere”) joined KELTchat to discuss classroom rules. Michael Griffin lead a smooth and insightful discussion where teachers discussed the following topics:

*Click on this Storify link to get the full chat. Please remember to click “read next page” to see what everyone had to say.

  • Important classroom rules and a why to back it up
  • Who makes the rules?
  • Reasons for implementing rules: school policies, student behaviour or personal beliefs?
  • Self-policing
  • Framing rules
  • Implementing and keeping the rules
  • Focus on Korea

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