Stride's Student and School Culture Courses
School and classroom culture are important aspects for improving student performance. Strategies to improve individual classroom and whole-school culture are provided to help you where you are within the school. When culture and strong instruction are matched together, the result is academic achievement.
This half-hour course focuses only on this type of bullying as it is the fastest-growing bullying form. It clarifies the definition, explains reasons for cyberbullying, and looks at ways to help. At...
A Holistic Approach to Prevent Bullying
This one-hour course moves through bullying with a lens on the victim, bully, and bystanders. Statistics are provided to show a school’s responsibility before shifting to a clear definition and signs to...
Classroom Culture 4: Positivity
This final, of a four-part series on classroom culture, looks at positivity. A positive classroom culture is a helpful and nurturing classroom culture. Five specific teacher strategies are shared that will bring...
Classroom Culture 3: Presence
This third, of a four part series on classroom culture, looks at presence. A teacher’s classroom presence is based upon their philosophy and passion. this course shows an instructional flow that will...
Classroom Culture 2: Passion
This second, of a four part series on classroom culture, looks at passion. Your passion and enthusiasm in the classroom is contagious. We will learn specific strategies for how to model passion...
Classroom Culture 1: Purpose
This first, of a four part series on classroom culture, looks at purpose. Your teaching philosophy is the foundation for a good classroom culture. This course will guide you through writing (or...
Reframing an Existing School’s Culture
Do you think that your school culture could be stronger? If so, then this course is for you. Follow the story of an experienced school leader and a new assistant principal who...
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SEL for Teachers
Clock Hours: 1.0
When we say SEL, the immediate thought is students; however, we need to ensure teachers are considered as well.
Student & School Culture Free Resources
ACT Card for Culture Improvement
from course: Reframing an Existing School’s Culture
The resource itself comes from a short-story about two school leaders facing the challenges of transforming school culture, and it can be used for either a classroom or the full school.
Student Goal Planner
A simple one-page document that can be used by students to create goals – both short and long term.