4 Tribes Agreements

The students are in a group, there are 4 tribes. They have to show respect and not kill people. When they feel uncomfortable, they don`t have to do the activity, they can happen. Tribes start in elementary school. It`s a way of engaging students intellectually, socially, emotionally. Tribes mean respect for all students. Professor [Interview]: There are four Tribes chords. The first is attentive listening. They want to be attentive to each other. It`s the first deal. The second agreement reflects the esteem of not to scrape people. So it`s an environment where you think about who helped me be a good learner, and I want to appreciate it. The third agreement is the right to passports and the right to participate.

When a student enters a room where he feels uncomfortable, he should be accessible and be able to return. The fourth agreement is mutual respect. We want to respect all students, whoever they are, when they come into the classroom and make room for them. Students learn a number of collaborative skills so they can work well together in long-term (tribal) groups. The focus is on the theme: if you put expectations on your classroom, you can be more successful. I like the idea of agreements because students are part of the process and they take responsibility for it. Tribal strategy is not new to these high school students, so when the teacher starts his day saying they are a tribal class, the students know exactly what he means. The advantage of implementing this approach through classes is that the student knows that expectations are respect, cooperation and esteem. Mr. Olio engages students socially, emotionally and intellectually when working with students, evaluating and participating in their work. Their ability to treat and respect each student well. What tribes offer are collaborative skills, meaningful participation.

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