Managing and Leading Student Behaviour
In-house teacher training

This course is also available online

1 week

Course Length

Flexible

Lesson Days

15

Lessons

English

Language

B1

Minimum Level

Overview

Positive pupil behaviour is a pre-requisite for effective teaching and learning. Based on up-to-date research and effective classroom practice, this course will offer practical strategies for managing pupil behaviour in schools so that learning can take place in calm, ordered and positive classroom environments where pupils can achieve their full potential in every lesson.

Participants will initially focus on effective approaches for managing whole-class behaviour by employing routines and strategies to build positive relationships, motivating pupils to engage in learning and preventing low-level disruption. Following this, participants will consider how to support pupils who display challenging behaviour through the use of de-escalation techniques and long-term programmes for behaviour improvement.

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

For teachers who want to acquire knowledge of how to respond to challenging behaviour using appropriate de-escalation techniques and behaviour recovery systems.

Course Sample programme

Week 1Course Content
Day OneDevelop classroom presence and positive relationships
Day TwoEstablish routines and procedures
Day ThreeKnow how rules, rewards and sanctions
Day FourRespond to challenging behaviour
Day FiveReview and Feedback

*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates. 1 lesson=45mins

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