“Great presenter, very clear and knowledgeable”Katie Coe, Exeter School
Outstanding Behaviour Strategies for high levels of pupil progress
- Why do pupils misbehave?
- How can positive behaviour strategies improve pupil attitudes to learning?
- Does low level disruption interrupt pupil progress in the lessons in your school?
In 2016, the Department for Education (DfE) asked Tom Bennett to conduct a review of behaviour management practices in schools. The report looks at leadership, culture and methods to improve pupil behaviour and can be accessed here.
Whilst there have been many dissenting voices regarding the extent and nature of problem behaviour in schools, a consistent perception remains that pupil behaviour constitutes a significant and ongoing issue for teachers. Ofsted also noted that schools are finding it difficult to get proper support for dealing with increasing levels of violence and sexualised behaviour of pupils. All of these issues have been the focus of attention in the white paper The Importance of Teaching, further signalling their central importance in the process of enhancing the role schools and other settings play in enabling all pupils to be successful learners.
This course will identify the key areas that will help to ensure effective classroom behaviour management. It will initially look at the reasons why rules are in place, how these help learning, and how consistency and clarity is crucial. Opportunities to build and re-build pupil relationships will be set out to achieve win-win situations. Strategies for inside and outside classroom behaviour management will be reviewed, along with simple tips for dealing with low level disruption and higher confrontational situations.
Toolkit for everything from low level disruption to high confrontation
This course is targeted at any teacher who wishes to sharpen their positive behaviour management skills and adopt effective strategies to tackle everything from low level disruption to high confrontation and therefore improve the quality of teaching, learning and progress in their classrooms.
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?
- Why do learners misbehave?
Positive Behaviour Management strategies in the classroom
- Developing learning relationships within trust, expectations, clarity and consistency.
- Observation and responses to different types of mis-behaviour i.e. low level, mid-range and high confrontation.
- Understanding positive behaviour management strategies
- Use of inside classroom techniques to counteract behaviour issues i.e. mild escalation and choices.
Positive Behaviour Management Reinforcement outside the classroom
- Creating a positive climate for learning
- Use of outside classroom techniques to counteract behaviour issues
- Key trouble shooting solutions
- Secondary distracting behaviours,
- Follow through of sanctions
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