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(p. 183) Creating Resilient Classrooms and Schools 

(p. 183) Creating Resilient Classrooms and Schools
(p. 183) Creating Resilient Classrooms and Schools

Beth Doll

and Hong Ni

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date: 25 January 2021

This chapter describes the Resilient Classrooms protocol for fostering classroom environments that promote students’ emotional well-being and academic success. Descriptions relate key elements of developmental resilience research to the 4 Resilient Classrooms steps: collecting student surveys describing relationships and support for self-agency in the classroom; consulting with students and colleagues to make sense of the survey data; creating and carrying out a plan to modify classroom routines and practices to strengthen supports for resilience; and re-administering the surveys to assess the impact of the plan. An example of a Resilient Classrooms project in Beijing, China, illustrates the acceptability and viability of the Resilient Classrooms protocol in other cultures.

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