This concise book supplements the Routledge School Based Teacher Training Hub which you can find at www.routledgeteachertraining.com
The Hub has been developed in conjunction with teacher training experts and offers busy trainees and their mentors focussed, accessible, evidence-informed guidance that will help develop skills and confidence for successful classroom practice.
The chapters in this collection on the Hub explore one of the most challenging aspects of learning to teach in the secondary school: Managing behaviour. The Hub provides:
-Online access to ten chapters, carefully selected from across the breadth of Routledge's publishing, written by experts in the field, to cover core skills and knowledge for effective behaviour management.
-An introduction to each chapter, designed to show how the evidence applies to your setting and practice, and how you can build on the advice to develop and improve teaching.
-A self-audit test, to help you pinpoint gaps and understand where you will most benefit from skills and confidence development.
-Observation sheets, offering a framework that will help you focus and reflect when you’re observing colleagues.
-Short mentor meeting guides to structure initial and ongoing meetings with your mentor, to help you get the most out of these important relationships.
Table of Contents
1 Using Teacher’s Standard 7: How to Establish (and Maintain) Effective Classroom Discipline 2 Using Teacher’s Standard 1: How to Set High Expectations 3 How to Use Language as a Teacher 4 How to Use Classroom Routines to Establish Good Behaviour as the Norm 5 Theory, Research and Behaviour Management 6 Managing Student Behaviour 7 Why do Some Children Behave and Some Do Not? 8 Managing Classroom Behaviour: Adopting a Positive Approach 9 Effective Use of Positive Feedback and Rewards 10 Managing Learning in Classrooms
Chapters selected by Lizana Oberholzer, National Association of School Based Teacher Trainers and University of East London, UK.