One key component to managing student behavior is to have classroom rules and procedures posted for students. In fact, in our current teacher evaluation rubric, it is an expectation. Today’s post lists several sites that can help you create custom posters and infographics.
How to Get Started
easel.ly is a site whose free option suits my needs when creating posters and infographics. It has a variety of fonts and templates to choose from. You can also upload your own pictures into your graphic. The drag and drop feature of easel.ly makes it easy to use and the files can be downloaded in jpeg or PDF formats for printing.
In this poster for Morning Work Procedures, I imported my own pictures.
Why it Matters (Teaching Rubric)
Posting school-wide expectations, classroom rules, and procedures are an essential competency on the EVSC teaching rubric. (Domain 3: Learning Environment 3.2 Managing Student Behavior).
Your challenge is to watch the short easl.ly video above. Please share how you currently create classroom procedures and expectations posters for your classroom. How could a tool like easel.ly change the look of your classroom?
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