Thanks to all the teachers and students who've allowed us to film and share their Interactive Modeling lessons!

Suzi Sluyter teaches kindergartners how to use scissors safely with a simple Interactive Modeling lesson.

Courtney Fox teaches first graders how to sit comfortably and nicely spread out in a circle with a brief Interactive Modeling lesson.

Michelle Gill teaches fourth graders how to choose a partner for a paired sharing with a friendly Interactive Modeling lesson.

Caltha Crowe teaches third graders how to "buzz" about a book with an abbreviated Interactive Modeling lesson.

Michelle Gill uses Interactive Modeling to teach fourth graders how to work with a science partner.

Courtney Fox teaches first graders how to talk productively with a partner using an Interactive Modeling lesson.

Suzy Ghosh teaches third graders how to calm themselves when they're in time-out with a straightforward Interactive Modeling lesson.

File 545Visit the Responsive Classroom YouTube channel to see more videos, including examples of positive teacher language, interviews with authors, and demonstrations of energizers.

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File 1597Interactive Modeling
by Margaret Berry Wilson

 

 

   

File 1177Responsive School Discipline
by Chip Wood and Babs Freeman-Loftis

File 549Rules in School
by Kathryn Brady, Mary Beth Forton, and Deborah Porter

 

       

File 965Learning Through Academic Choice
by Paula Denton