How morning meetings can improve classroom, school culture

09/18/2013 | Edutopia.org

Spending the first 15 minutes of each day in class can help students share their experiences, learn about being respectful and control their impulses through group activities that set the tone for a more positive school day, education consultant and former elementary-school principal Lisa Michelle Dabbs writes in this blog post. She offers online resources and tips to develop a morning-meeting routine in the classroom.

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