Professor [Interview]: There are four tribe agreements. The first is attentive listening. You want to listen. This is the first agreement. The second agreement shows esteem, not people. So it`s an environment where I think about who helped me be a good learner, and I want to be able to appreciate that. The third agreement is the right to exist and the right to participate. When a student enters a room where they feel uncomfortable, they should simply be able to say passport and then come back. The fourth agreement is mutual respect.

We want to respect all students for whoever they are when they come into the classroom and make room for them. Professor [Interview]: Tribes is an approach to a learning environment in the classroom. And he considers the student as a whole person. DeSpirt, Debbie (2006). Tribes: Innovative cooperative learning strategies to create safe and caring environments. Tribes learning communities. teachertipstraining.suite101.com/article.cfm/tribes_learning_communities, called June 30, 2010. These agreements are published at any time so that everyone can see them and come back if necessary.

Teachers are also trained to be able to integrate, model and promote these learning agreements at any time. CenterSourceSystems, LLC. Tribes Learning Community: A new way to learn and be together. www.tribes.com CASEL is a kind of sponsor of Tribes. This is collaborative learning for academic, social and emotional learning (CASEL). This show says a lot about what the Tribes site does. It`s a great resource for learning how to implement such a plan throughout an entire school. If you have set expectations for your classroom, you can be more successful. The focus is on the approach: this video has been presented as a feature video on the official Tribes website, which describes the importance of teaching technology and new information for students in our schools today.

It is aimed at teachers in each K-12 class and aims to inform about the impact of learning technology and its applications on our children and their integrity in learning. Tribes is not a program, program or collection of activities, but a collaborative management system that uses development principles, practices and a process of community formation (small groups, tribes) to create a safe, caring and motivating school climate for all – students and teachers. Tribes is a way to interact, communicate, teach and learn in groups, which promotes competence, intellectual and healthy learning and higher-order thinking. · Human Puzzle: Once the tribes are decided, make puzzles with poster boards of each trunk and let the class assemble their puzzles to form/move their tribes. Tribes Learning Community is a program launched by Jeanne Gibbs to encourage schools, families and the community to create healthy and safe learning environments for students. The program is based on four main agreements that all students, teachers and administrators must respect. The four agreements are attentive listening, appreciation (no establishment), mutual respect and the right to exist…