It can be really challenging to get students to listen to the teacher or to one another, but Poster #663 from Youth Change Workshops is a silly way to get a listening lesson across. This poster reminds students to listen when others are talking in class. This student behavior poster is perfect for a gentle reminder, elementary school students will love the cute picture, and the attention-grabbing colors and bold message will capture their interest. “LISTEN to understand not to reply,” is a great lesson for anyone of any age.
Incredibly useful in any setting where conversations occur, this student behavior poster will work well in counseling sessions, group meetings, or any classroom. It can help reduce interruptions that come from not listening to others. It also serves as a reminder that before talking, it is important to have really listened to the other person so their message can be understood. Children need this lesson taught to them all throughout school, but many adults could benefit from the rule, too.
Improve listening skills and foster deeper conversations with student behavior poster, Poster #663 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. Student behavior posters can readily communicate important social lessons without sounding like a lecture, and with a cute and hard-to-miss design, this is the perfect addition to any program. When students and adults are taught to listen first, and then try to understand the other before responding, true connections between people can be made. Teaching is hard enough without fighting for air time. Stop the battle for the floor by posting Poster #663 as a permanent reminder to your students that in your classroom, and throughout much of life, talking is best done one at a time– and that listening is best done all the time. With Poster #663 as a key student behavioral reminder, your classroom and school should become a much better place to teach and learn.
Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock