Managing behaviour: high-impact approaches

Overview

How effective and consistent is behaviour management across your school? This module explores evidence and research into high-impact approaches to behaviour management. It looks at how to use rewards, sanctions and praise to reinforce rules, and how to develop positive relationships with pupils. The module also explores the causes of common types of misbehaviour, and aims to equip participants with practical strategies to manage them.

The module is suitable for teachers and support staff from early years to secondary education. There are three 90-minute sessions available. However, you may wish to adapt the content to suit your timings and the needs of your staff. To get maximum benefit from the module, it is suggested that the sessions are run consecutively, with sufficient time between sessions for participants to complete the inter-session task.

Authors

This module was developed in partnership with Fintan O’Regan. Fin is an SEN and behaviour consultant for the Schools Network and an associate lecturer for Leicester University, nasen, Tribal Education and the Institute of Education. Fin is also closely involved with UKAP, the European ADHD Awareness Alliance, the Special Education Consortium and the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee.

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