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Challenging Challenging Behaviour

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  1. Challenging Challenging Behaviour A presentation designed to inform and educate training teachers

  2. Lee Cantor - Assertive discipline: • Assertive teachers react confidently and quickly in situations that require the management of student behaviour • They have rules that have been explained, practiced and enforced consistently • Students who comply are reinforced where as those who disobey receive negative consequences

  3. Bill Rogers – the black dot and the white square • Black dot represents the bad behaviour • White square the good behaviour • The teachers focus is on the good behaviour rather than the bad

  4. Bill Rogers – using positive language • Instead of “will you stop talking?”, “I’d like everyone listening please” is used

  5. Bill Rogers – choice and pause direction • “James you can go next door to work with Miss Anderson, or you can work sensibly next to Andrew, as I’ve asked” • Give them time to listen to what you have said, “Michael!”…..”Could you face this way and listen?”

  6. Bill Rogers – you establish what you establish • Plan for your behaviour • Anything you allow becomes established as allowed; • If you ask for silence but there is still some chatter the students establish that some chatter is allowed, even though you have asked for silence • Plan for your behaviour, invest time is setting up routines and discuss what you expect, with regular reinforcement

  7. Bill Rogers – teacher styles • Be assertive rather than indecisive and autocratic, which means don’t rely on power or your role to gain respect • Be firm but fair • Clear with direction and correction • Tactical ignoring

  8. Bill Rogers – partial agreement • Strategy for avoiding or resolving conflict • Teachers don’t have the last word or asserting their power in a situation when a student disputes their judgement • Student “I wasn’t talking, I was doing my work” • Teacher “Ok, maybe you were, but now I want you to get on and finish the task”

  9. Paul Burden – managing a classroom • Organise the physical environment to the teacher’s liking • Rules and procedures support teaching and learning providing students with clear expectations and well found knowledge • Create a respectful supportive learning environment • Promote classroom safety and wellness – students need to feel safe before they can give their full attention

  10. Steer – learning behaviour • Perception and reality • Respect has to be given in order to be received • Schools have the power to discipline • Supporting the development of good behaviour