Positive Teacher Language
Watch these examples from real classrooms to see Responsive Classroom teacher language in action!
Kindergarten teacher Suzi Sluyter uses a variety of teacher language strategies to support students' learning as they paint.
And here, fifth grade teacher Rhonda Eckenroth uses positive teacher language as she guides a book discussion.
Want to see more? Check out the Teacher Language playlist on the Responsive Classroom YouTube channel.
Learn how to use Responsive Classroom teacher language:
Teacher Language for Engaged Learning (Kit)
Learn communication strategies that support students' high-level thinking, active participation, and collaboration.
The Power of Our Words: Teacher Language That Helps Children Learn, 2nd Edition
This essential book has helped tens of thousands of teachers learn to use words, tone, and pacing more effectively.
Teacher Language in a Responsive Classroom DVD
Watch nine teachers, grades K–4, use positive teacher language in their own classrooms.