Behaviour Management - Dealing with Students Positively
A practical and inspirational look at managing your classroom behaviour
Do you have at least ONE student whose very name conjours up a bad day in your thoughts? I’ll wager your family and friends, not to mention the staffroom, know of this person.
Why? Because they stop you from enjoying your job. Without them even knowing, this person (or people) have so much influence over you JUST BECAUSE OF THEIR BEHAVIOUR that they are possibly affecting your behaviour, too.
So how would you feel if you were able to untangle the behaviours you see, change your classroom dynamics for the better, and rein in your own behaviours and frustrations?
Work with me via video lecture sessions in this classroom behaviour video course "Dealing with Students Positively" and learn about your own behaviour triggers. Then find out ways to manage behavioural standards to surpass your expectations.
Here’s what’s included in this five-part video classroom management course:
- Verbal strategies
- Non-verbal behaviours
- Ways to encourage students to make the right choices
- Managing your own behaviour
- Positive reinforcement
The programme includes tasks and extended activities to enhance your learning.
So what are you waiting for? It's easy to enrol, and you can work through the sections at your own pace, repeating when you need to.
Click and connect, work with me through the modules and get some of your confidence back when working with difficult students. See you on the other side!
After an early stint teaching in Further Education, I had a career in corporate training at KPMG, returning to teaching Business and ICT, both in mainstream and with SEND.
I managed and trained an ALS team of 42+ LSAs, during which time I became a specialist in devising and implementing behavioural/classroom management techniques and positive learning strategies. This led to the appointment of Behaviour Lead in 2009, which was the platform for launching Can Do Courses in 2010.
I provide staff training in schools and colleges across the UK, and Internationally at English-speaking schools.