Comments from teachers who have used Peter Galvin’s modules for in-school training:
'Excellent, puts a new light on our most challenging pupils' Deputy Head, secondary school
'Makes classroom management more "doable"' Primary school teacher
'A well-organised model of classroom management that will help us get better behaviour from our pupils' Secondary school teacher
'Some really practical advice from a sound theoretical base!' Primary head teacher
'A real insight into why some children behave as they do and why they haven’t responded to my usual strategies' Primary school teacher
Written by a highly experienced educational psychologist who has delivered behaviour management solutions to schools for over 30 years, The Complete Resource File for Behaviour Management in Schools empowers any school, primary or secondary, to set up its own tried and tested behaviour management programme for a fraction of the cost of consultancy delivered training.
This indispensable whole school resource provides expert guidance and instruction covering 30 modules dealing with all aspects of behaviour management from whole school policy to classroom management. Each module is organised around four key constructs - communication, motivation, correction and organisation and detailed advice is given on the crucial areas of classroom practice, pupil support, staff support and monitoring and evaluation.
Areas covered include but are not limited to:
All modules are on a CD-ROM containing over 900 PowerPoint slides. Each slide is accompanied by background notes, overviews and hints and tips to aid delivery. A durable ring-binder also accompanies the CD-ROM providing detailed background notes to explain the theory. Vignettes and examples drawn from schools of all types illustrate successful intervention and an overview of each module offers summaries, guidance on age appropriateness and examples of the desired outcomes of each module.
The Complete Resource File for Behaviour Management in Schools is suitable for any primary or secondary school and some SEN schools. Aimed at school leadership teams as well as other interested individuals within the school such as Child Protection Coordinators, SEAL and SENCO coordinators, this resource provides an effective, proactive and indispensible behaviour management programme.
About this resource; 1. An introduction to these training materials; 2. Staff training and the school improvement process; 3. A brief history of school improvement; 4. The context of the training materials – the well-organised school; 5. Training modules and their relationship to the 6 areas of the well-organised school; 6. Notes for the presenter on using this resource: Running a training programme; 7. Example Evaluation Form; 8. Example Action Plan for delivering a training programme; 9. Behaviour Training Audit; 10. Training Modules at a glance : A summary for presenters; References