"Nineteen actions result in developing a strong school culture, according to two educators who studied the most common positive behaviors in schools and say research shows that students thrive if they have these types of interactions 75% of the time."Source:
James Paterson, Education DIVE, May 21, 2018Description:
"Among the categories of behaviors that had the biggest impact were interpersonal relations, including active listening, cooperation, using appropriate communication, making an insightful comment and collaboration. One education professor thinks schools should make a conscious effort to teach those skills, and let parents know so that it can be supported at home. Pride was also a key component of school culture, and that’s supported by a survey that says principals think such attitudes are important for student achievement."Read the full article here!