School can be either a positive learning experience or a negative experience for students, teachers and parents. To create a happy classroom it takes everyone working together to make it happen. It’s not just the teacher’s responsibility, it is a team effort between students, teachers and parents. Everyone working together can make a happy classroom. If something isn’t working, then why not work together to try something different?
There are so many ways to create a happy classroom, and the list doesn’t end here. There is no right or wrong answer as to what will make or break a classroom. The following are some ideas that help in paving the way to creating a happy classroom. My niece Danielle is a teacher, and even though it’s her first year, she has come to realize that there are many different factors involved when creating a positive classroom environment.
It’s possible to create a happy classroom in many different ways, but these are some of the ways that may work when you incorporate the 365give Challenge. Each classroom is different, but the flexibility of adding a giving program to your class works with any age group, culture or ability. Test our the waters and start a 7 day giving program first to see what works for your classroom.
What do you do to create a happy classroom? What will you do moving forward to ensure that you have a happy space in your class or in your school building? Share with us your suggestions, or your secrets to creating a happy classroom in 2019 by going to www.365give.ca. We’d love to hear from you! If you are interested in the 365give Challenge for your classroom, read more about the positive and happy effects of this program.