Our Words Matter



Study after study has shown that the language (both verbal and non-verbal) we choose as educators matters. Language can help students feel seen and valued, helps us build trust with our students, guides our classroom management practices, and helps us implement equitable practices.

Academic and Emotional Safety

Use positive teacher language to create academic and emotional safety in your classroom.

Identity

Positive teacher language honors student identity and helps students feel seen and valued in your classroom.

Equity

Asset-based language and wise criticism are both equitable language practices that help all students feel seen and valued, while communicating high expectations.

Curriculum


  Why Our Words Matter
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  What is Positive Teacher Language?
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  Academic and Emotional Safety
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  Student Identity
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  Classroom Management
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  Rich Student Engagement
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  Language in the Classroom for Equity
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  Gratitude
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  Course Completion- Purchase a Professional Development Unit for this course from TCSJ!
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Positive Teacher Language

Create a MASSIVE impact on your classroom with positive teacher language!

In this course, you will learn how being intentional with the language you use can improve your relationships, create trust, help with classroom management, increase student engagement, and ensure equitable expectations and practices in your classroom.

Embrace the impact that positive language can make!


"Positive teacher language significantly changed the way I interacted with my students. It also became a tool for classroom management and eliminated many repetitive behaviors. Positive teacher language empowers students to reflect upon their choices, make better choices and to problem solve."

-Christine Weis, author of "For the Love of Teachers" blog