Bright Lines


"Bright Lines" are clear beginning and end points to an activity. When transitioning into a new activity or when beginning practice, we need to be certain that students will be ready to begin without our assistance. Set and declare the directions and expectations in crystal clear language. Use checks for understanding to solidify the directions with students and have the directions and expectation written up on the board. These are the "bright lines" students are unlikely to miss.



Bright Lines One Pager

Piers Blyth