CPD resource for your Staff Noticeboard. A checklist of steps you can take to manage behaviour positively and reduce exclusion in your school/class. A Pivotal Education Resource. http://www.PivotalEducation.com
A useful resource offering teachers new and experienced tips and tricks to managing the more common classroom disruptions. Linking theory to practice throughout, the book provides a wealth of ideas and strategies to try - remember that what works for one might not work for another student. You will have access to both the pdf version, which is printable, and also the online version. The pdf version incorporates qr codes where you need to access interactive parts of the resource. You will have access to any further developments of the resource too. The book is split into 3 sections: Behaviour - Examples of disruptive behaviour and why students misbehave. In practice - Creating a positive learning environment and proactive responses for common classroom problems. Here you will find advice for managing the following behaviours: *Defiance *Background chatter *Abusive Language *Refusal to work *Disrespect *The class clown *Interrupting *The use of mobile phones *Arriving late to class *Attention seeking noises Further information and support - direct links for further reading on the subject of behaviour management. I hope you enjoy the resource. Please leave feedback on purchasing the resource.
A selection of lessons and tools to help you create a positive learning atmosphere, manage behaviour, foster students' growth-mindsets, set targets and reward achievements. Perfect for SLT to want to improve whole-school behaviour as these lessons make perfect form time / pshe sessions and can be taught by non-specialists as they have complete and easy to follow instructions throughout. All our Whole School, PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) Or you can check out some of our most popular PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources below: Mental Health PSHE Bundle 1 Whole Year of PSHE Resources British Values Citizenship Bundle Careers, Employment and Enterprise Bundle Islam Bundle Sex and Relationships Education 20s5
An assembly which focuses on why positive attitudes towards learning and good behaviour are essential in order for students to have successful futures. The assembly encourages the students to link their behaviour they display now with their future career prospects and exam results. The assembly also explores the concept of unrealistic expectations when it comes to career prospects and emphasises why working hard at school is not only important but essential for eventual happy and fulfilled lives. Lasts 15-20 mins if all questions asked and clip is watched. The slides shown are just a sample of what is in the resource. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
This booklet is in two modules, first 'setting the scene&' where issues surrounding the behaviour of children in school today are discussed. Second &';personal attitudes' are examined through quizzes such as classroom management styles, causes of different behaviours and feedback from self assessments.
Without excellent behaviour, there cannot be excellent learning. Behaviour is never straightforward and there is no one set defined way of managing behaviour within a school or indeed a classroom. Behaviour management is important in the classroom, not least because it creates an appropriate environment for learning to take place. If there are clear boundaries then children are enabled to develop positive behaviour, such as respect, towards each other. Behaviour management also supports learning in a safe and calm environment. Behaviour management mainly features in Teacher Standard 7 but also forms part of Teacher Standard 1 Missed the live CPD session? Purchase the presentation and notes here! By the end of this session you will understand: • The importance of routines • The importance of verbal and non-verbal communication in managing behaviour • How to deliver instructions to create a positive classroom atmosphere • How to work positively and proactively with colleagues on insuring excellent behaviour • The importance of consistency Ideal for trainee teachers and NQTs
Every teacher likes to promote positive behaviour management in the classroom. I decided it was time someone made a Positive Behaviour Display to help teachers with their classroom management. The students and the teachers decide on 12 different positive behaviours they would like to see in the classroom. The students and teachers then decide on 12 rewards for their achievements. Lots of fun for everyone! Comes complete with track and racing cars! If you like this resource, please leave a comment and a review. For more of my teaching resources, please visit my Educational Resources Blog (http://www.timetoteach.co.uk).
“Let me catch you doing something good.” A great resource to support the praise of positive actions for children who can find “making good choices” challenging. For those times you feel you constantly “nag”, this check-in sheet is excellent for developing relationships and working towards an agreed weekly goal.
Behaviour management strategies to build positive behaviour in the classroom and redirect negative behaviours. Whether you are a new to teaching, need a new perspective or looking for something to use in your next behaviour management professional development these documents are for you! The resource includes: - Behaviour chart complete with name tags and adaptable steps - Back on track cards - Working it out form - Incident form - Positive behaviour letter home - Detailed instructions for teachers All simple strategies that you can implement today! This resource has been thoroughly designed so no extra prep or specialised ability is needed! It can form a standalone behaviour management policy or can be adapted and utilized with current behaviour management policies. These strategies should be accessible to KS2-KS3 students. Please rate if you found it useful! Click on my display name to see my other excellent resources. My free behaviour management resource can be found at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/behaviour-management-strategies-for-the-classroom-11201353
This Bundle has been updated to include additional resources…these include: Using appropriate language to manage behaviour incidents - for personal or staff training use The very popular IBP template An isolation Reflection Form A popular Behaviour Risk Assessment template This Extensive Bundle contains all ‘Behaviour Related Resources’ from my portfolio that have been developed throughout my career. The Bundle aims to support staff expertise in Improving, Managing and Tracking Behaviour in a range of establishments, as well as providing proven modules of work that can be added to a Life Skills/PSHE Programme to support student self-reflection and which has had proven positive impact, in a range of settings for students from a range of diverse and complex backgrounds. Just Look at what this pack contains Part 1 and 2 of my Behaviour Improvement/Life Skills Module for intensive working with small groups and 1-1 situations Behaviour Training for all staff - using appropriate language/using appropriate questioning to redirect in the classroom, appropriate transition techniques Staff self-reflection Behaviour Management assessment Behaviour targets that can be used to track and monitor student behaviour Extensive work on setting up your new student code of conduct Bullying contract and exemplar letters Advice on improving levels of FTE in your school Using class behaviour protocols to support your teachers The stopping swearing life skills module that helped reduce student swearing in my PRU Behaviour Case Study template for putting together useful case studies for inspection
Loyalty Cards and Reward Cards. Growth Mindset Table Resources for students to inspire positivity whens struggling.
This resource is intended to be a brief overview for new or developing staff about some techniques or things to consider which will help them to implement positive behaviour management in their lessons.
Using positive language is a feature of good classroom/behaviour management. This resource identifies both unhelpful phrases and statements and then a preferred way that uses positive language, that may initiate a better response from the student.
An adaptable behaviour management resource whereby students can earn points for good behaviour throughout a lesson. At the end of the lesson the points are added up and they receive the appropriate prize. This has worked really well with some challenging students as the focus is fully on the positives. The 'rewards drawer' is a drawer I have with sweets in but can be easily changed.
How to use; • You may use one goal at a time or multiple depending on the needs of your class. • You can choose to work on one positive attribute at a time and reward the class when the full word is spelled out. • Simply print, cut out the letters and stick the chart up in the classroom ☺ Disclaimer; you may not share this resource or claim it as your own.
For any class - an editable lesson where students establish and 'buy-in' to why classroom rules are important, in a positive and supportive way. Ideal for new form groups but could easily be used in any subject. This ca be used as a one off lesson with a difficult class, or as part of a PSHE unit establishing why good behaviour at school is essential for future success in life. Includes: 1x hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, well differentiated activities, all editable. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
A useful resource offering teachers, both new and experienced, tips and tricks for managing the more common classroom disruptions. Linking theory to practice throughout, the presentation provides a wealth of ideas and strategies to try - remember that what works for one might not work for another student. The training resources incorporates qr codes where you can access further interactive parts to develop your knowledge and understanding further, linking theory to practice. The training resource covers the following: Behaviour - Examples of disruptive behaviour, giving reasons why students might misbehave. In practice - Creating a positive learning environment and proactive responses for common classroom problems. Here you will find advice for managing the following behaviours: *Defiance *Background chatter *Abusive Language *Refusal to work *Disrespect *The class clown *Interrupting *The use of mobile phones *Arriving late to class *Attention seeking noises How to implement changes to your own practice and much more. I hope you enjoy the resource. It would be great if you could provide some feedback too.
A set of resources which help to implement a whole school behaviour system EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Posters for classrooms Resources for teachers Letters and information for parents Flowcharts for children Positive Behaviour management
Use these reward charts to motivate your children to do their best in your classroom. Once all the spaces have been filled with either a stamp or a sticker, they will receive some sort of reward - whether it’s something as simple as earning themselves some free time. This tracker can also be personalized with a particular goal for each child. Implementation Ideas/Suggestions · As a whole class discuss the positive behaviours that Your Teacher’s Pet Creature would like to be seeing in your classroom. · As this is an individual reward chart, possibly speak to individual children about their goals or behaviours that they are working towards. · Explain that this behaviour tracker is each child’s individual responsibility to work towards. · Once a reward chart has been filled, a new chart can be printed and placed on the child’s desk. **About Us ** This resource works perfectly on it’s own, but it’s designed to work seamlesselsy with Your Teacher’s Pet Creature. The cute classroom behaviour guru. **What Is Your Teacher’s Pet Creature? ** One of the biggest challenges any educator faces is classroom behaviour management. Your Teacher’s Pet Creature was designed specifically to make that challenge easier, so you can spend more time doing the parts of the job that you love. More specifically Your Teacher’s Pet Creature is a 40 page beautifully illustrated picture book (available in Hardcover or E-book) and a cute plush toy for introducing behaviour guidelines in an early childhood environment. When combined with the cute plush it becomes the cuddly classroom friend that children love and a visual reminder to encourage positive behaviours. Your Teacher’s Pet Creature is now used by thousands of educators across the globe. See more at www.yourteacherspetcreature.com No Commercial Use or Sharing of this Product through Internet Groups or Blogs, School District Websites, School Websites, Personal Websites, or Offline Groups. This download is intended for use in one classroom only. This item is also bound by copyright laws and redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item on the Internet are strictly prohibited without gaining permission first from the author.
Your students will really enjoy being rewarded with these teenage appropriate coupons! They are the same size as standard index cards and come with cool teenage clip art. These work for any class and any subject and they are so simple to use! When you wish to reward positive behaviour of your students, send them to your “reward station” (your index box and reward menu which you can print, laminate and display) and ask them to select which reward they would like to have (I have added a blank set for you to write your own too!). It is then up to them when they choose to cash in their reward. This element of choice works really well with teenagers! This resource is a lifelong tool that can be used over again with every class; you will wonder how you managed without it! So go on, set up your own reward station with this resource and really create a happy buzz in your classroom!