Asking kids how they feel at the beginning of class to learn of any issues that may be brewing or any emotional needs they may have is critical to better serving the whole child in learning. And that’s what we really want, right? To focus on the child as a real person and not just a statistic. This episode is all about another great strategy to connect with and support students. Learn about how Physical Education Teacher extraordinaire Julie Whyte makes these really creative class check-ins to make sure that every child is ready for learning and gets the extra help they need! Anyone can get a #DisciplineWin like this, but they have to work for it like she does!
Go above under Free Resources to get her check-ins with a free template that you can use right now!
- The need for checking in on our students
- A variety of check-ins to use in class and how to create them
Where to Listen
Feel free to listen to this episode using the above embedded Spotify app. Discipline Win Podcast is also available on all of your favorite podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, and more. Click on Anchor to see go to my podcast homepage to learn more and get all the exact links.
About Julie Whyte
Julie Whyte is a physical education teacher at Ashland Elementary School in Northern Virginia. She was also the Teacher of the Year in Leon County, Florida. She has been recognized in many ways for how she goes above and beyond to connect with and inspire her students.
Learn more about how to help yourself and your students be more disciplined! Buy Discipline Win: Strategies to improve behavior, increase ownership, and give every student a chance now on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.