Leadership Models of Behaviour Management. Presenters: Sarah McGill Tammy Standley Natty Alliex Karen Maltman Trish Lee Video. Presentation Overview. Behaviour management strategies Leadership & leadership theories Individual student applications Impact on classroom organisation
Leadership is…“Leadership is an activity and an influence process in which an individual gains the trust and commitment of others and without recourse to formal position or authority moves the group to the accomplishment of one or more tasks”.(Dinkmeyer & Eckstein p2)
Is this statement reflective of the Leadership Model? “Your drawing is very elaborate but you must remember to incorporate proper perspective”.
Using the Leadership model of behaviour management how would you facilitate Grace’s learning and development?
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