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Better Behaviour

Author : Jarlath O′Brien
ISBN : 9781529755244
Genre : Education
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This second edition of Jarlath O’Brien’s insightful, practical guide for teachers, and those training to teach, combines psychological research, authentic classroom experience and the lessons learned from improving behaviour in schools.
Category: Education

Better Learning Better Behaviour

Author : George Head
ISBN : 1903765676
Genre : Education
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George Head explores the issues surrounding young people experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) and suggests teaching strategies that, in targeting such children work to the benefit of all at school. Furthermore, the book argues that, within a context of inclusion, provision for pupils regarded as belonging to the category requires to be refocused onto their learning rather than their behaviour. The focus of educational policy has become increasingly rights based and conflicts arise from, for example, the right of children with SEBD to be taught alongside their peers as against the right of the majority of pupils to learn without the disruption caused by inappropriate behaviour. Through a critical examination of theories of behaviour and learning, recent policy and research, the book argues that traditional approaches that focus on young people's behaviour have been inadequate and have led to the marginalisation of children and their teachers. These traditional approaches have led to the construction of pupil and teacher identities that are based on personal and professional deficit thus reinforcing views that segregated provision is the most appropriate educational context for this group. Instead, the author argues that a shift in practice that is posited on optimistic theories of behaviour and adopts a focus on learning rather than behaviour will help create the identities of effective learner and teacher that will enhance the educational experience of all young learners in schools. Intended as a textbook for student teachers and a reference for those involved in teaching young people with social, emotional or behavioural difficulties this analysis will appeal wherever schools grapple with these problems.
Category: Education

Better Behaviour

Author : Rob Long
ISBN : 9781134025572
Genre : Education
File Size : 82.1 MB
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Many children have all sorts of difficulties in their lives, which set up barriers to learning; this book explains how teacheres can help them to face personal challenges. This book includes: ideas for "stress-proofing" children guidance on teaching problem solving skills explanations of cognitive behavior therapy.
Category: Education

Leading Better Behaviour

Author : Jarlath O'Brien
ISBN : 9781529721621
Genre : Education
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How can an informed, evidence-based whole school approach to behaviour benefit you, your colleagues and your students? In this companion to Better Behaviour, Jarlath O’Brien combines insights from his own experience of improving behaviour in schools, research and policy in a practical guide to support current and aspiring school leaders. Through discussing the everyday issues that come with leading on behaviour, and casting a critical eye over sanctions, rewards and exclusions, this book encourages you to develop an approach that is firmly rooted in the values of your school, supports staff and will help navigate the challenges that can arise.
Category: Education

Better Behaviour In Classrooms

Author : Kay Mathieson
ISBN : 9781134525676
Genre : Education
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This complete INSET course for schools shows teachers how to improve behaviour in the classroom. It provides support, guidance and information to facilitate the application of positive behaviour management approaches. The authors have produced photocopiable resources and training materials for use with staff groups or individuals, and the materials have been developed for use with both established and newly qualified staff, appropriate to primary and secondary settings. Drawing on their experience of dealing with children's emotional and behavioural difficulties and their work in mainstream schools, the authors explore the behavioural issues that challenge teachers daily and discuss how teachers can meet these challenges.
Category: Education

Better Behaviour Through Home School Relations

Author : Gill Ellis
ISBN : 9781136469787
Genre : Education
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How can we create effective partnerships between home, school and the community? How can the relationships and communication between families and school be strengthened? How can families help schools to improve behaviour in their children, both at home and at school? Using a tried and tested framework that has been successfully implemented throughout a wide variety of very different schools and settings, ‘Family Values’ is a Scheme which engages and empowers families to work in close collaboration with schools and organisations, and which results in long-term improvements in behaviour, communication, pupil achievement and relationships. The ‘Family Values’ Scheme has been proven to: Help pupils to be more academically diligent Help schools to assume a calmer, more peaceful ambience Forge better pupil-teacher relationships Improve Pupil and teacher wellbeing Help parents to be more engaged with the school Improve children’s literacy, behaviour and attendance Provide head teachers and their staff with an effective whole-school strategy. The authors’ award-winning ‘Family Values’ Scheme is underpinned by sound theoretical principles, and they show here how it has been successfully put into practice through case studies in real school settings. The book explores how the Scheme promotes social, emotional and family system theories, and, in linking effectively to SEAL (social and emotional aspects of learning), the Scheme compliments existing personal and social education programmes in all schools. Showing schools and organisations how to create effective partnerships with families and the community in a fun, exciting and sustainable way, Better Behaviour through Home-School Relations will be of huge benefit to all school staff, as well as local authorities, support groups, parents, charities and services.
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Plans For Better Behaviour In The Primary School

Author : Sue Roffey
ISBN : 9781853469718
Genre : Education
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This work suggests strategies for working with children who can't settle down to work, who have angry outbursts, who demand constant attention or who display a whole range of challenging behaviours. The book's special format allows the reader to look up the specific type of behaviour and see a range of tactics to help him or her deal with the situation in the short term, and then to consider what might be done in the longer term to prevent recurrence. No more ploughing through dense text - this is all at your fingertips. By drawing on the good practice of many practioners and by looking at the most commonly experienced behavioural difficulties, the authors suggest approaches that really work. This is a behaviour handbook that should appeal to every teacher and teaching assistant and prove a useful resource for learning mentors, behaviour support staff and educational psychologists.
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Building Better Behaviour In The Early Years

Author : Chris Dukes
ISBN : 9781446205891
Genre : Education
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Every Early Years setting strives to create a calm and positive atmosphere, where children can thrive and develop as successful and confident learners. By asking you to reflect on how the ethos, practice and general approach in your setting impacts on the behaviour of both children and adults, the book suggests sensible ways to achieve an exciting and stimulating environment for all From an award-winning author team, there is down-to-earth advice, a number of common-sense solutions and all the essential information you will need to develop the best sort of setting, where everyone supports one another. Chapters offer guidance on: - creating an enabling environment for all - developing a team-based approach - considering the whole child - working with parents and other professionals - observing and assessing behaviour - sharing good practice. There are also: - case studies of children between 0 to 5 years - sample policies - lots of photocopiable material, on the accompanying CD-Rom. Suitable for all Early Years students and practitioners, the book is an encouraging read that will inspire and help you to improve behaviour in your class or setting.
Category: Education

The Rob Long Omnibus Edition Of Better Behaviour

Author : Rob Long
ISBN : 9781135394394
Genre : Education
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The comprehensive all-in-one approach to behaviour management, this omnibus edition of Rob Long’s best selling Better Behaviour series brings together his eight titles in one handy volume, addressing all of the different yet overlapping behavioural issues teachers face on a daily basis in the classroom. An expert in the field of behaviour management, Rob Long draws on his vast experience to describe the behavioural challenges presented by children and adolescents, with straightforward advice for all adults working with them – whatever the setting. The Rob Long Omnibus Edition for Better Behaviour: outlines the particular issues involved improves understanding of children’s behavioural difficulties and why/how they arise suggests positive ways of dealing with challenging situations describes good practice that can pre-empt and alleviate problems. This invaluable compendium resource covers everything you need to know about dealing with behaviour in the classroom and beyond, and is a vital must-have text for all teachers and those working in educational settings.
Category: Education

Storytelling For Better Behaviour

Author : Debi Roberts
ISBN : 1906517487
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Using Traditional Tales to Explore Responsibility, Decision Making and Conflict Resolution provides a method to teach students to reflect, consider and think in ways that can enhance the potential they have for making good decisions and resolving conflicts peacefully.The book provides a series of thinking tools, incorporating both graphic organisers and concept maps and are part of a thinking process known as Theory of Constraint. As well as an approach to conflict resolution, the student programme incorporating over 35 sessions, helps develop emotional literacy. The programme will help students:· increase ability to empathise· improve language and communication skills· develop an understanding of conflict in terms of win-win rather than win-lose· realise behaviour is a choice and that actions have consequences.There are comprehensive facilitator notes for all of the sessions with student PowerPoint slides to reinforce the teaching points. The CD ROM has all the student activity sheets, student PowerPoint as well as a staff development PowerPoint and a Glossary of Terms.Suitable for ages: 7 - 18.
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Improving Behaviour And Attendance At School

Author : Susan Hallam
ISBN : 9780335234806
Genre : Education
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Behaviour remains a huge issue of concern at all levels of education. This book draws together research and practice to uncover the complexities of improving behaviour and attendance in school and offers a range of practical solutions aimed at tackling behavioural issues and its prevention for schools, teachers, non-teaching staff, and those working to support them in Local Authorities. It considers current concerns relating to the behaviour of children and young people, the theoretical underpinnings of possible approaches to improving behaviour and attendance, as well as what we know about the causes of disaffection. In exploring ways that behaviour and attendance can be improved, the authors examine a range of perspectives including school management and whole school policies, and behaviour in and around the school, in the classroom, and of individual pupils, particularly those at risk of exclusion from school. It discusses the work of Behaviour and Educational Support Teams, teacher coaches, learning mentors and nurture groups as ways of supporting children and young people, particularly those identified as being 'at risk'. It also outlines ways of improving relationships between the school and home, as well as the ways that parents can be supported to assist in changing their children's behaviour and attendance. Alternatives to exclusion and new curricula are discussed in relation to their success in maintaining students in education. The final chapters focus on attendance and what can be done to improve it in the general school population and those students who are persistent absentees. Throughout the book case studies are used to illustrate examples of good practice and the impact on children, parents and teachers. The book concludes with an overview of key issues emerging for practice.
Category: Education

Promises Of Love And Good Behaviour

Author : Roderick Craig Low
ISBN : 9781782344131
Genre : Fiction
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In a dreamlike setting, this surreal book explores the interaction and emotions of a man, his wife and a young woman caught in a love triangle. In this deeply moving love story, the characters travel back and forth in time, each expressing their experience and singular perception of particular events. Through their encounter, from which they cannot escape, they learn about each other as they convey their most intimate thoughts and feelings, shedding all artifice in the process. The story concerns a modern, self-assured and successful young couple who take personal risks, making promises of love and good behaviour to each other. The game of their life is full of exciting challenges and opportunities but, as in all games, there are rules which, when broken, ensure there are no clear-cut winners or losers.
Category: Fiction

Improving Behaviour And Raising Self Esteem In The Classroom

Author : Giles Barrow
ISBN : 9781136610318
Genre : Education
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This book will help all teachers who face challenging behavior in their classrooms. It offers support and guidance for dealing with issues of behavior and offers suggestions for building creative relationships in school. Through a combination of case study illustrations of key Transactional Analysis concepts, practical proformas, planning notes and resources that have been tried and tested with schools it will give you the confidence and skills necessary to develop effective classroom management.
Category: Education