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Is low-level disruption frustrating your students’ progress?
Are you fed up that your teaching time is being lost as a result of dealing with student ‘off task’ behaviour?
Are you disillusioned with a ‘one size fits all’ approach to behaviour management?
Low-level disruption is the bane of the school teacher’s working life. This course will offer realistic solutions that have been proven to work for keeping students on task and minimising costly low-level disruption. We will engage with six methodologies to prevent hundreds of hours being wasted by students' off-task behaviour. This isn’t a behaviour management course that sells just a single way of dealing with all cases of low-level disruption. Quite the opposite, it will provide a variety of solutions to low-level disruption that will be demonstrated and teachers can reflect upon which technique works for them.
What do you do with the first 10 minutes of the lesson?
Boundaries and routines that work
Voice and body language. Why you need to look and sound the part
The ‘effective ladder’
Classroom management during oral work
The ‘Canton System’ - explained, analysed and demonstrated
Dealing with confrontation – the realist's guide
The ‘Reinbeck system’ - explained, analysed and demonstrated
Assertive discipline properly explained
Dealing with hot-spots most effectively
Tough love and academic rigour… yes, we do need to retain both.
Lesson plans that inspire and contain no box ticking
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“Bethany was fantastic! She gave us a range of tools to use, was patient in answering questions and gave us real examples from her extensive experience. I loved her positive approach!”Teacher , The Portsmouth Grammar School
“Absolutely excellent course! This was the first CPD I have attended where the scenarios / stories and examples used were relatable and genuine. Bethany really knew and believed in the content provided and backed it up with her own experience.”Teacher , East Preston Infant School