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“ I have come to a frightening conclusion. I am the decisive element in the classroom. It is my personal approach that creates the climate. It is my daily mood that makes the weather.” Ginott. Behaviour management ethos.

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“I have come to a frightening conclusion. I am the decisive element in the classroom.It is my personal approach that creates the climate.It is my daily mood that makes the weather.”Ginott

school context

How does the school context influence behaviour management?

  • Background of student population
  • Students’ needs (EAL/ SEN/G&T)
  • Support provided within school and within deparment
  • School behaviour policy
School context
principles for dealing with behavioural issues

Be definite

Be aware

Be calm

Be positive

Be interested

Be flexible

Be persistent

Discuss what these mean in practice

Principles for dealing with behavioural issues
planning for positive behaviour

Choose a common behaviour issue

  • Watch the clip
  • Assess how the teacher adapts their practice to promote good behaviour
Planning for positive behaviour
top tips

Establish a routine:

  • Ordered entry into the classroom
  • Wait for silence
  • Have a seating plan with a rationale
  • Use a reward and sanction system
  • Set targets and time limits
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  • Have clear objectives matched with achievable outcomes
  • Decide when to include stirring and settling activities
  • Have achievable and challenging activities
  • Differentiate to cater for the needs of the class
  • Contextualise the learning to engage students
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Respond appropriately:

  • Be calm
  • Be firm
  • Remind students of appropriate behaviour with clear consequences
  • Be reasonable
  • Use statements, not questions
  • Reward and sanction consistently
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sharing experiences

Sharing experiences will build your confidence

  • You will find that you are not the only one to struggle with a particular student
  • Observe colleagues who have a good rapport with the class
  • Observe your peers with an agreed focus
  • Observing a class in a different subject might give ideas on your planning
  • Make the focus of your observations specific students/ range of contributions/ range of activities being taught

The TES website has forums where you can bring up your concerns and offers tips on behaviour strategies

Sharing experiences