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50 Top Tips for Managing Behaviour




ISBN 9780863886782
Published January 26, 2009 by Routledge
112 Pages

 
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Book Description

A practical resource that utilises the SEBS philosophy (Teaching Social, Emotional and Behavioural Skills). With a very 'hands-on' approach to managing behaviour all the scenarios in this resource are taken from real-life situations and can be used during staff training or simply as a reference book. The book reflects situations that confront educational professionals on a day-to-day basis: how to manage the student who always wants the last word; setting boundaries; managing anger, including your own; dealing with difficult parents; successful lunchtimes; creating an emotionally literate environment; behaviour plans; building self-esteem; and, coping with difficult colleagues. It is a brilliant resource to have as part of an induction pack or as an essential companion to continuing professional development. It deals with all key stages.

Table of Contents

 Introduction  Author's note  Acknowledgements  Tip 1 Behaviour management during cover lessons  Tip 2 Behaviour planning  Tip 3 Body language  Tip 4 Building positive relationships with 'difficult' students  Tip 5 Bullying  Tip 6 Chronic misbehaviour  Tip 7 Concentration  Tip 8 Conflict  Tip 9 Consequences  Tip 10 Creating an appropriate environment  Tip 11 Crowd control  Tip 12 Deflect the pressure  Tip 13 Empathy  Tip 14 Ensuring consistency from staff  Tip 15 Establishing a whole school ethos  Tip 16 Exclusions  Tip 17 Flexibility  Tip 18 Gaining attention  Tip 19 Home-school contact  Tip 20 Learning techniques from colleagues  Tip 21 Low-level techniques  Tip 22 Lunchtime  Tip 23 Making good behavioural choices  Tip 24 New school year  Tip 25 Non-verbal communication  Tip 26 Non-verbal reinforcement  Tip 27 Observing student behaviour  Tip 28 Off task but not disrupting  Tip 29 One-to-one conversations  Tip 30 Passive and aggressive adult behaviour  Tip 31 Peer pressure  Tip 32 Plenary evaluations  Tip 33 Proactive and positive  Tip 34 Recognising early warning signs  Tip 35 Responding to confrontation  Tip 36 Rewards  Tip 37 Rules  Tip 38 Sarcasm or humour?  Tip 39 Seeking help  Tip 40 Self-calming techniques  Tip 41 Sent out  Tip 42 Serotonin time  Tip 43 Speaking and listening skills  Tip 44 Systems and routines  Tip 45 Tactical ignoring  Tip 46 Teaching assistants  Tip 47 Timed reminders  Tip 48 Visibility  Tip 49 Voice matching  Tip 50 Who wants the last word?  References

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