Managing behaviour for learning NE700
Transform your classroom by making small shifts in your own behaviour with this free, online course. Paul Dix, a leading voice in behaviour management in the UK and internationally, will help you learn how to positively influence the behaviour of your students through small shifts in your own behaviour.
You will develop a good understanding of how to be proactive about encouraging good behaviour in your classroom and reactive in responding calmly to poor behaviour. Other areas covered in this course include how to develop the habits of effective behaviour managers; mechanisms for communicating success with students, parents and colleagues; how to use group rewards to change behaviour; and how to manage difficult confrontations.
Participate now: join the Autumn Term run of this course on FutureLearn before 2 December 2018. This run includes a Q&A with Tom Bennett, indepedent behaviour adviser to the UK Department for Education on 16 October and experienced online mentor support until 2 November.
Topics covered include:
Week One: Managing your own behaviour to influence theirs
Week Two: Using rules and routines to achieve consistency
Week Three: Intelligent use of recognition to motivate students
Week Four: Reducing friction when students behave badly
Week Five: Reparation and restorative practice
The course is for teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects, focusing mainly on the context of UK schools and colleges. It aims to help them learn how to maintain discipline when dealing with unruly students. Although the course draws from examples experienced in the UK, the material covered is relevant to an international audience.
You will be able to:
assess how your own behaviour influences the behaviour of your students
apply rules and routines to achieve consistency
apply recognition intelligently to motivate students
demonstrate how to reduce friction when students behave badly
develop reparation and restorative practice
This course is designed for English-speaking teachers of STEM subjects in primary and secondary schools, and sixth form and FE colleges. It’s also relevant to trainee teachers; teacher trainers; those thinking about a career in STEM teaching; and developers of STEM-related course materials.
It is a CPD course for people who, in the main, have a degree level qualification, or who are in the process of obtaining one.
This course is hosted on the FutureLearn social learning platform. In booking on this course you are consenting to your details being shared by the with FutureLearn under these terms & conditions. By accepting the National STEM Learning Centre’s invitation to register on this course, you agree that your information will be held by FutureLearn and National STEM Learning Centre as data controllers in common.