Classroom Behaviour Management
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Classroom Behaviour Management

7 Steps to Behaviour Management in the Classroom
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Last updated 10/2016
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • identify the key components to effective classroom behaviour management
  • identify the key components of an engaging lesson
  • learn about the psychology of the class mind
  • learn about how brain development affects behaviour
  • understand how to develop trust and positive relationships with their students
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Requirements
  • It will be helpful to have had experience of teaching
  • Covers ages 4-18
Description

These 7 steps are the key things that confident teachers put in place without even realising they are doing it, they form the foundation for being able to deal with challenging behaviour and non-compliance in a calm, planned way.

In this 7 session programme you will learn:

  • the things you must have on your classroom wall;
  • the things you need to have set up to reduce the time you spend telling pupils off;
  • the psychology of classroom management;
  • how to use the class to help you manage behaviour;
  • the strategies that will help the kids to love your teaching, whilst still maintaining control;
  • the one simple thing that will dramatically change your relationship with your pupils.


The course covers:

  • group identity in the classroom;
  • the change process;
  • setting up basic classroom rules;
  • getting pupil buy-in to class rules;
  • the importance of visual timetables in lesson and throughout the day;
  • making transparent decisions about behaviour;
  • making reasonable behaviour adjustments;
  • explaining behaviour management decisions to other children;
  • brain development introduction;
  • automatic brain reactions to threat;
  • establishing trust and security in the classroom;
  • understanding your beliefs, motivation and buttons;
  • understanding how they affect your reactions to behaviour;
  • the elements of engaging lessons;
  • using engaging lessons to manage behaviour.
Who is the target audience?
  • new teachers
  • experienced teachers seeking an update on current thinking
  • cover supervisors
  • lecturers
  • support staff who teach whole class
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Curriculum For This Course
7 Lectures
01:08:09
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Module 1 - group identity
1 Lecture 09:58
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Module 2 - Rules, boundaries and consequences
1 Lecture 09:14
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Module 3 - Visual timetables
1 Lecture 09:30
Content
09:30
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Module 4 - Transparency
1 Lecture 10:00
Content
10:00
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Module 5 - understanding trust
1 Lecture 09:55
Content
09:55
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Module 6 - understanding you
1 Lecture 09:32
Content
09:32
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Module 7 - being engaging
1 Lecture 10:00
Content
10:00
About the Instructor
Richard Daniel Curtis
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Leading behaviour expert

Richard Daniel Curtis is an internationally renowned behaviour expert passionate about helping influence the lives of millions.

The former teacher is known for his impact with turning round some of the most extreme behaviours and is consulted about adults and children around the globe.

His work with children alone is said to have personally influenced the lives of over half a million and works to help people understand and communicate better with each other.

He has founded The Mentoring School, a professional development training team to help people supporting children, young people, young adults, refugees, apprentices, sports coaches, business leaders and more.  Richard is also the founder of multi-award winning special needs support service The Root Of It.

Author of The Curtis Scale, a tool to assess the social and emotional development of children, Richard’s work has had an impact in 5 continents.  He has written 6 books, including Gratitude in Primary Schools, Gratitude in Secondary Schools and Higher Education, The Parent’s Guide to the Modern World, 101 Tips for Parents, 101 More Tips for Parents and 101 Behaviour Tips for Parents.

Richard lives in Southampton with his girlfriend and his pet chickens (rescued battery hens obviously).

Richard’s professional CV includes:

1999-2002 Mental Health Support Worker in in-patient adult and child units

2000-2003 BA (Hons) Primary Education with Qualified Teacher Status

2003-2010 Teacher, rising to head of Pupil Referral Unit

2010-2013 Primary Inclusion Adviser for a local authority

2012-13 worked with the Nurture Group Network to produce the Boxall-Curtis Profile

2013- Founder of The Root Of It – special needs support

2013-14 MA Education

2014 The Root Of It awarded Best New Business Award

2014 Publication of 101 Tips for Parents, 101 More Tips for Parents and 101 Behaviour Tips for Parents

2012-16 Author of the Social, Emotional and Play Development Scale (known as the Curtis Scale)

2015 The Root Of It awarded Gold Scoot Headline Award

2015 Launch of Parenting for the Future toolkit – transforming the lives of parents and teachers to help tomorrow’s generation

2016 Author of Gratitude in Primary Schools, Gratitude in Secondary Schools and Higher Education, The Parent’s Guide to the Modern World

2016 Launch of The Mentoring School