Behaviour Management - Resources

Wednesday 26 Feb 2020
IBIS, ILEC Conference Centre, London

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Registered delegates and Unlimited members can access pre- and post-event reading.

1. 10 principles of positive behaviour leadership

Steve Baker shares a comprehensive list of practical strategies for achieving the behaviour you want to see in your classroom.

2. Pupil behaviour: how to make that phone call home

It's something that fills both teachers and parents or carers with dread: the 'bad behaviour' phone call. How can you best ensure it's a constructive conversation? Adele Bates provides a suggested script.

3. Addressing challenging behaviour in pupils with autism

Behaviours that challenge us in children with autism and other SEND serve a purpose. Jacqueline Wheble explains how you can respond appropriately.

4. Behaviour in the classroom: troubleshooting

Everyone has times when pupil behaviour gets to them. Adele Bates identifies five common classroom scenarios and positive ways to tackle them.

5. Why we shouldn't ignore low-level disruptive behaviour

Behaviour management is a daily, hourly commitment. John Dabell explores how to promote positive behaviour and say goodbye to classroom disruption.

6. Getting it right from the start: positive behaviour strategies

Are you an NQT, returning from leave or in a new school? Follow these tips from behaviour specialist Adele Bates for a positive start with your pupils.



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