It’s a mood.
One of the ways you can tell a classroom has good management is if the students are happy. Good behavior and contentment go hand-in-hand. This is true for a number of reasons, and we understand the importance of maintaining a pleasant mood in the classroom.
It’s a feeling.
Children don’t have to be sweaty and crimson-faced to have a good time. We don’t have to make the classroom riotous and chaotic. And we don’t have to be knee-slapping funny. In the hearts of kids, the warm feelings of safety, of being comfortable around teachers and their classmates, and of being part of an upbeat classroom is their definition of fun.
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