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Understanding and Developing Positive Behaviour in Schools

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Understanding and Developing Positive Behaviour in Schools

AUTHOR : By Patrick Garton Edited by Emma Hollis

ISBN : 9781913453091

Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2020

Extent : 128 pgs

ISBN : 9781913453107

Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2020

Extent : 128 pgs

ISBN : 9781913453114

Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2020

Extent : 128 pgs

ISBN : 9781913453121

Edition No : 1

Publication : 9 Oct 2020

Extent : 128 pgs

Description

The Essential Guides for Early Career Teachers provide accessible, carefully researched, quick reads for early career teachers, covering the key topics you will encounter during your training year and first two years of teaching.  They complement and are fully in line with the new Early Career Framework and are intended to assist ongoing professional development by bringing together current information and thinking on each area in one convenient place.

 

This title on behaviour, the number one concern for most early career teachers, provides a range of research informed and road-tested strategies to support the development of positive classroom systems and structures. It offers key psychological insights into the factors that lie behind different behaviours, helping you understand and manage your own behaviours as well as those of the children and young people you teach. A key chapter focuses on the broader views and philosophies around behaviour management so you can navigate the complex and often contradictory arguments of the traditional versus progressive debate. Ultimately the book enables you to successfully work with groups of children and young people so that they can learn effectively and make progress.

Contents

  1. Introduction - mapping out the territory and approach of this book
  2. The wider social and educational landscape
  3. Understanding your own behaviours
  4. Whole class systems structures and routines
  5. Understanding individuals
  6. Behaviour management as part of the classroom repertoire
  7. The whole-school context

Author

Patrick Garton is founder and Director of Oxfordshire Teacher Training, an Ofsted–rated Outstanding SCITT provider that works with primary, special, nursery and secondary schools across Oxfordshire. He also has lead roles within the Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance and the River Learning Trust. Prior to this he held a number of teaching and leadership roles in primary and secondary schools, predominantly in London and Oxford. He is a trustee and trainer for NASBTT and a passionate advocate of high quality and coherently focused initial teacher training and early career development which prepares teachers for long and rewarding careers. He has always maintained a regular teaching timetable to ensure that everything he does has relevance to the world of the classroom.

Emma Hollis has a passion for teacher education. After gaining a first class degree in psychology and training as a primary teacher, she became head of initial teacher education for a SCITT provider. She sees teacher education as a continuum and, whilst her heart will always be very close to the initial stages of a teacher’s development, she is also dedicated to ensuring teachers are given access to high quality professional development throughout their careers.  Emma took up the role of Executive Director Designate of NASBTT in April 2017 and has been in the post of Executive Director since September 2017.

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