5 Practices to Support School-Day Transitions

Meaningful and seamless transitions help students stay engaged. When students are engaged, not only do they learn more productively, but they are less likely to fall into patterns of disengagement. Our goal then is to intentionally create these smooth transitions in order to boost student engagement, efficiency, and even community.

Transitions happen when our students arrive in our spaces, be they physical, hybrid, or remote. They occur anytime a switch is made from one learning activity to the next, or in tandem with breaks such as lunch, specialists classes, or recess.

In this toolkit, learn practical tools to help ease transitions for:

  1. Start of the Day 
  2. Before the First Break 
  3. After a Break
  4. Afternoon Lull
  5. End of the Day

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