Identifying essential behaviors for creating a positive school culture
from Kickboard via District Administration Magazine
Which student behaviors have the greatest impact in creating a safe, supportive learning environment? An analysis of more than 152 million student behavior instances collected over seven years by educators in 645 schools has enabled researchers to identify the most essential behaviors in creating a positive school culture. The behaviors are categorized in a new compendium called the Positive School Culture Inventory. In a new white paper titled, "The Positive School Culture Inventory: Purpose, Rationale, and Development," school climate experts Kent Peterson and Tom Hierck describe how schools can use this inventory to measurably improve school culture outcomes.
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