INSET : Managing Low Level Disruptive Behaviour in and out of the classroom

“Really engaging tutor who clearly knew his stuff” Sadia Mirza, HOD, Dr Challoners High School

Low Level Disruption. Can you kick it? Yes, you can

  • Why manage behaviour?
  • Why do students misbehave?
  • How do you manage behaviour positively?
  • What strategies and routines really work in the classroom?

Low level disruption appears, in isolation, like nothing at all. It’s hardly worth even mentioning to your colleagues, especially in high performing schools where behaviour is not “supposed” to be an issue. But when you combine the cumulative effects of all those tiny, persistent little goblins chattering away around you, it adds up to an ocean of misery, a long night of the soul that stretches out forever. Low level disruption is like kryptonite for the well planned lesson.

This course is targeted at any teacher who wishes to sharpen their behaviour management skills and adopt effective strategies to tackle low level disruption and improve the quality of teaching, learning and progress in their classrooms.

INSET Outline

  • Why manage behaviour?
  • Why do students misbehave?
  • Identifying low level disruption – causes and actions

Behaviour and learning

  • Understanding the correlation between behaviour and learning
  • How can we evaluate and evidence behaviour, learning and progress in or own schools?
  • What are the national expectations for behaviour, learning and progress?

How to manage behaviour positively

  • The eight core principals of positive behaviour management
  • Ten stages to effective discipline
  • Placing good learning at the heart of good behaviour
  • Making life easier

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