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In this video from Osiris Educational Bill Rodgers discusses the essential skills that enable teachers to be a confident classroom leader with behaviourally challenging young people in order to establish trust.
Students who play with objects, listen to music or find other distractions can disrupt their own and others' learning. Leading behaviour expert, Bill Rogers, describes a recent encounter with Daniel, and explains how to get the best from this tricky situation, enforcing rules effectively.
In this video from Osiris Educational Bill Rodgers discusses what effective colleague support can reasonably be given when dealing with behaviourally challenging classes or individual pupils.
A presentation highlighting seven strategies for behaviour management.
This Toolkit Talks video covers social and emotional learning.
Professor Steve Higgins, of Durham University and Camilla Nevill from Education Endowment Foundation discuss research into the social and emotional aspects of learning and how this is implemented in teaching practice.
Students who refuse to follow instructions are among the most challenging disruptions in the classroom. Leading behaviour for learning expert Bill Rogers demonstrates how to deal with the student who says "no", retain classroom control and overcome the issues.
In this video from Osiris Educational Bill Rodgers discusses his experience of doodling in class as a pupil, and how best to deal with pupils who are distracted by objects in lessons.
Leading behaviour expert Bill Rogers describes some reliable techniques to address lateness and to minimise its impact.
Designed for students who have advanced through Scratch and are ready for additional challenge, this resource explores Build Your Own Blocks (BYOB) as a tool for learning modular programming using procedures.
After examining, briefly, the history of the computer and the Turing Test as a measure of their...
Scratch is widely used in primary schools to teach children basic programming. This resource goes deeper, making use of the familiar Scratch environment to take students deeper into programming concepts such as:
- Algorithm design
- Parallel and sequential instructions