When you set up a routine in your classroom, you help students know what to expect and facilitate strong classroom management. This evidence-based instructional practice (EBIP) can reduce any anxiety the students may be facing. By setting up your expectations for each activity, you help the students learn how to behave and what the consequences are for not following the rules. In this manner, your routine utilizes PBIS. I don’t have to tell you how better classroom behavior makes class time easier.
See below for some different strategies to set up a Routine and Structure in your classroom