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Practical Advice on Improving & Impacting on Student Behaviour
Your key job is to get students to take chances – and you need to understand how risky that is – some of your students find failure very familiar.
AVOID confrontation and poor behaviour by what YOU do and how YOU respond
What you do as a teacher creates the behaviours in the classroom – YOU make the difference.
Understand that it is totally normal to behave as children – they are not adults and shouldn’t be expected to behave like them. You are an adult though….
20 Tops Tips
Everyone has their own range of strategies and styles of managing the behaviour of pupils in their classroom; however, it is sometimes worth reviewing the effectiveness of these strategies and also adding some perhaps forgotten ones to your list.
Use the reminders list of the top 20 strategies on the Behaviour Matters web site to review your own techniques and school procedures, and consider adding some you feel comfortable with to your toolbox.
Behaviour Checklist for Teachers
Give feedback to parents about their child’s behaviour - let them know about the good days as well as the bad ones.
Download Charlie Taylor's Behaviour Checklist