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Bell Work – pick one, discuss!. A pupil approaches you in a lesson and tells you another pupil has spat on his back - what do you do? Three girls are sitting in your classroom and are doing no work. You ask them why; “because your lessons are shite ” - what do you do?. Class Management.

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bell work pick one discuss
Bell Work –pick one, discuss!

A pupil approaches you in a lesson and tells you another pupil has spat on his back - what do you do?

Three girls are sitting in your classroom and are doing no work. You ask them why; “because your lessons are shite” - what do you do?

get the basics right
Get the Basics Right
  • Meet at the door
  • Smile
  • Talk!
  • Be positive
  • Have something engaging for kids to do on entering room
  • Learn and use names
  • Beconfident
  • BeTenacious
you are not in control
You are not in Control!
  • You will MANAGE what’s going on – you are not necessarily in control
  • Prevention better than cure – try and avoid issues by getting your routines right
  • Kids like you to be stable/consistent – don’t blow hot and cold: e.g. “the pencil saga”
  • Firm but Fair... What the hell does that mean?!
walk the room
Walk the Room
  • You are not chained to your desk or whiteboard
  • Do a movement check – ask your SBT
  • Talk to the kids!
  • Proximity
voice
Voice
  • What’s yours like?
  • How do you speak to kids?– don’t patronise
  • Volume – when should it change?
  • Tone
  • What’s your “nervous habit”?
prevent the bad stuff
Prevent the Bad Stuff
  • Focus on the good – praise positive behaviour: “Thanks David, you’re ready to listen”, “Well done Lisa, you’ve got all your equipment ready”
  • Smile, be friendly, find out some interesting stuff about your students – “Connor, I heard you scored a worldy at the weekend?”
  • Deflate potential issues: “Is everything OK round this table?”, “Do you guys know what you should be doing?”, “Jess, just explain to me again what the task is”
why do kids kick off
Why do kids kick off?
  • How did you treat Student Teachers?
  • Is the pupil stuck?
  • Is work set at appropriate level?
  • Would you find the work stimulating?
  • What’s happened earlier in the day?
  • What has the kid had for breakfast/lunch?
  • SEN? Have you catered for this?

How many of these could you influence?

accept the inevitable it will probably go wrong at some point
Accept the Inevitable... It will probably go wrong at some point

So what are you going to do?

  • Don’t ignore – challenge (not confront: kids don’t back down)
  • Assess the situation – be rational
  • Where does it sit from 1-10 on the Dr Pepper scale (i.e. What’s the worst that could happen?)
  • Your response needs to be proportionate – don’t go too hard too soon
  • If you issue a sanction – follow it through
  • Focus on Primary Behaviour – deal with the major issue
so now it s going wrong what do you do
So, now it’s going wrong, what do you do?

Tactics:

  • “Maybe, but”
  • “Thanks for that...”
  • “I like you _____, but what I don’t like is____”
  • NEPGIT: Name, Eye Contact, Pause, Gesture, Instruction, Thanks
  • Choice – “if you choose ___, then ____” – sanction
so now it s going wrong what do you do1
So, now it’s going wrong, what do you do?

Tactics:

  • Back at ya! – “put yourself in my shoes”
  • The Humour Shield – deflects stuff
  • Remove from situation – “Bailey, come here for a second my friend... Right, the reason I’ve asked to speak to you...”
  • Role Model – find a pupil doing what you want (preferably a peer of the other), reinforce good behaviour
  • “ACE” – Acknowledge...Clarify...Explain
major kick offs
Major Kick-offs

Rare at Cramlington:

If these things happen in your lesson – your mentor/supervising teacher will help/intervene:

Fight

Swearing directed at you

Violent behaviour

review
Review
  • Routines– prioritise these early
  • Step in early/prevent – save yourself trouble later
  • Be Tenacious– don’t let things go if you’re unhappy
  • Watch other teachers – plagiarise good practice
  • Don’t bottle it – it won’t be easy at times, but if you work hard with kids, most will repay you