Resources for Schools & Districts
Use these materials to explain or promote your school's work with the Responsive Classroom Approach.
School Media Kit
Digital forms and templates for use when sharing the news that your school has adopted the Responsive Classroom approach. Helpful information for communicating with parents, community members, and the news media. Includes a sample press release, tips for media outreach, and answers to frequently asked questions.
The Responsive Classroom Approach: Information for Parents
PBIS and the Responsive Classroom Approach
A two-page fact sheet explaining alignments and differences between PBIS and the Responsive Classroom approach.
Information about research studies associating the Responsive Classroom approach with increased student achievement, reduced behavior problems, and more high-quality instruction, as well as links to research on social-emotional learning, school climate, etc.
A very engaging way to see how the Responsive Classroom approach makes school a place of joy and rich learning for children—and efficacious teaching for adults. Watch the three parts on YouTube, or request a free copy of the DVD.
Part 1: “What is the Responsive Classroom approach?” (9 minutes)
Part 2: “What does it look like in a school?” (12 minutes)
Part 3: “What professional development services are available?” (5 minutes)
For more information about Responsive Classroom professional development services, please contact Allison Henry, Manager of School Services Contracts, by calling 800-360-6332, ext. 143 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.