Strategy3 Review expectations and rules
Providing students with brief reminders of expected behaviors at the 'point of performance', when they will most benefit from it. Also, review expectations and rules from time to time, consider using structured prompts such as the following for students who tend to blurt out answers: "When I ask this question, I will give the class 10 seconds to think of your best answer. Then I will call on one student." Or you can remind students who have difficulty moving through hallways as part of a group, "Remember to keep hands to self and to walk quietly on the right as we walk to art class." When teachers encourage students to perform positively, students are more likely to act well.