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Tips on Creating an Emotionally Safe Classroom for Your
Students

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It doesn’t really matter how long you have been in teaching. You need to always look forward to doing
something good and fruitful for your students. And I am satisfied that I have been doing this since many
years. Whenever I visit a school, I try to re-establish the way of rewarding the teacher-student
relationship. Even I will suggest you do the same. It doesn’t matter whether your students know you or
not. You still need to create the safe classroom ambience which will both challenge and nurture your
students. I believe that every teacher can purposely and intentionally create a safe place where all
students are allowed for bringing their genuine selves to the classroom and expressing the opinions and
thoughts which they hold. But how will you do this? Well…

Here I am giving some tips to the teachers so that they can create an emotionally safe classroom for
their students:
1. Keep the first few weeks of school simple:
Repeat the rules and schedule again and again. Once a student feels comfortable with the school day,
you can more easily introduce flexibility and change.
2. Be attuned to every kid’s overload point:
Help kids find some solitude and space when they appear to be overwhelmed.
3. Be predictable in your interactions with kids:
This is more crucial than the number of minutes spent in every activity.
4. Find time during the day for quiet:
Solitude permits the brain for catching up and processing the new encounters of the day. This causes a
better combination of better learning and new encounter.

5. Keep the praise heavy and the first challenges light:
Pleasure and confidence come only from success. So, let everybody success at something.
6. Emphasise the necessity of proper bed rest and good nutrition:
Kids can’t learn when they are tired or hungry. Additionally, let parents know that their kids are for
being more irritable at home, will require more sleep, and will require some decompression time at
home after school. Always remind them that even their pleasant experiences can also be stressful.
7. Never forget that you make all the differences:
The first experiences with school help reinforce a kid’s love and curiosity of learning. So, you need to
create the social and emotional environment of safety which makes your classroom a place for ultimate
learning.
Hope you have understood the aforementioned tips. If you are a teacher and need a teacher training
expert, you can contact me anytime by visiting my official website.


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