1. Involve students in the conversation
2. Empower students to make decisions
3. Create agreements
4. Follow-through quickly
5. Reset expectations
6. Praise and reward students for positive behavior
When we involve students in our everyday classroom processes, they start to take ownership of and pride in their classroom.
Creating student buy-in is as simple as involving students in the conversation of classroom practices. Even if you’ve already made a decision about something, ask for students’ input. They won’t know you’ve already made a decision and it will create a space for them to voice their opinions.