Teaching without Disruption in the Secondary School
A Practical Approach to Managing Pupil Behaviour
Behaviour management training of trainee and qualified teachers has been a national priority for some time. This second edition addresses the point that this training and practice should be evidence-based. The importance of adopting a research-based approach is a specific requirement of the guidelines on teacher training and central to this book. The training materials in this book give examples of how to put the research into practice, which in turn makes the text more useful for self-development, trainers in schools and university education departments. Moreover, these materials are supported with case studies showing how they have been used successfully in schools throughout the UK.
Table of Contents
1. Theory research and behaviour management 2. Stress, coping and teacher well-being 3. Teacher thinking and pupil behaviour 4. Professional social skills 5. Whole-school influences on behaviour management 6. Leadership and positive behaviour 7. Classroom climate: The physical and socio-psychological environment 8. Classroom structures: The role of rules, routines and rituals in behaviour management 9. Managing Difficult Behaviour 10. Classroom management planning
Roland Chaplain is a chartered psychologist, educational consultant and behaviour management specialist in the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK. He has experience as a teacher, headteacher and senior lecturer in Psychology.