Morning Meeting in the Upper Elementary Classroom: Blog Series

On Sunday, I announced my new blog series focused on Implementing the Community Meeting. Today I'm sharing my outline for the blog series that will give you in-depth information about my Community Meeting program. This series is geared towards upper-grades teachers, but I'd recommend my Community Meeting ideas for 3rd-12th grade (seriously on the need for many of these lessons for middle school and high school students) and a lowergrades' teacher could modify these ideas for their students.

Take a look at my list of topics and please leave me a comment if  you have a question that doesn't seem to be included in my plan of topics. I'd love to hear from you!

→ Post 1: Why I Devote Time to Classroom Meetings

→ Post 2: The Design: An Overview

→ Post 3: Why a Theme-Based Morning Meeting?

→ Post 4: Morning Meeting: Materials and Resources

→ Post 5: Launching Morning Meeting at the BOY

→ Post 6: Day by Day in the Morning Meeting

→ Post 7: Scheduling Classroom Meetings

→ Post 8: I Still Can't Fit it all In: Finding time for Morning Meetings

→ Post 9: A Structure for Solving Classroom Problems During Morning Meetings

→ Post 10: Justifying Your Morning Meetings (with the standards!)


ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT MORNING MEETINGS? What about Morning Meeting Professional Development that you can WATCH and learn in your PJ's?


Want to learn more about what the professional development is all about and what you will learn in the 5-day training? Head to this Morning Meeting Professional Development blog post where I've laid out all of the details for you!