A recipe for a happy class, by David aged 11.

My recipe for a happy class

Ingredients:

  • 1 pinch of sharing
  • 1/2 cup of confidence
  • 1 table spoon of enjoyment
  • 6 tea spoons of cheerfulness
  • 5 oz of communication
  • 1/2 kg of good looks
  • 250 g of cooperation
  • 10 g of behaviour
  • 1 kg of discipline
  • 1 really nice teacher (grated)
  • 500ml of kindness

Method:

  1. Mix the confidence, communication and cooperation together in a large bowl.
  2. Add the enjoyment, the cheerfulness and the good looks to the mixture.
  3. Beat together the behaviour, the discipline and add to the mixture.
  4. Bake the cake at 200 Celcius degree in a round tin 15 cm deep and 45cm in diameter for 1 week.
  5. Once the cake is baked, take it out of the oven and sprinkle the teacher on top.
  6. The cake makes 10 helpings.
by David, aged 11.
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  1. Popsicle 19 march 2020, 16:40 0
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    1. Industrialist 16 march 2020, 07:23 0
      My recipe:
      Ingredients:

      • Physical environment
      • Time & instructional management
      • Behaviour management
      • Teacher effectiveness
      1. OlgaHelga 16 march 2020, 07:49 0
        What routines do you use in your classroom?
        Choosing the helper routine? Giving out jobs routine?
        Time and Instructional Management:

        1) Mistakes are valued chants;
        2) Helping hands (students)
        3) Choosing the greeting
        4) Singing a song
        5) Attendance taking
        6) Playing the weather song
        7) Sharing news
        1. Industrialist 18 march 2020, 12:38 0
          Positive classroom:
          • Climate
          • Community
          • Environment
          • Culture
          • Atmosphere
          Enjoy this collaborative feeling!
          1. TeddyBeer 18 march 2020, 12:46 0
            Is your classroom a BAM! classroom?
            What do you feel when you go into the classroom?
            We need connectedness for a positive classroom to work :-)
            Are the students working collaboratively?
            Is their feeling of well-being?
            Are they feeling comfortable?
            Are they positive?
            Are they motivated?