Understanding behaviour management and applying it in your classroom is vital for effective teaching and learning.
In tune with current policy requirements and educational trends, this book reviews major behaviour management theories, outlining the key principles, advantages, and limitations of each approach.
Examples of real classroom situations in primary and secondary schools explore the practicalities of behaviour management in a range of contexts. Each chapter also contains reflective questions and activities that enable you to develop, implement and evaluate your own flexible tools for behaviour management.
- · Developing interpersonal skills to support successful teaching
- · Harnessing emotional intelligence to promote an emotionally aware classroom
- · Building relationships that encourage appropriate behaviour
- · Dealing with the challenges of inclusion
- · Motivating and engaging children
- · Managing stress and growing as an empowered teacher
This is essential reading for all initial teacher education courses at both primary and secondary level, including university-based (PGCE, PGDE, BA QTS, BEd), school-based (SCITT, School Direct, Teach First) and employment-based routes into teaching, and beginning teachers.
Raymond Soltysek is a lecturer at the University of Strathclyde, a consultant on behaviour management and a published novelist.