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Dr Haim Ginott Quote

This Pedagogics resource displays a quote from Dr Haim Ginott entitled "I have come to a frightening conclusion".

Dealing With Distractions Confidently

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.

Colleague Support

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.

Using Rewards: Encouraging Good Behaviour - Case Study

This document from the Department of Education looks at how Stopsley Community Primary School encourages good behaviour by rewarding pupils. The resource explores the school's house point system, resources and support for teachers and their 'red carpet' policy as part of the managing behaviour and bullying in...

Key Teacher Attitudes

A presentation highlighting seven strategies for behaviour management.

Toolkit Talks: Social and Emotional Learning

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.

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Below the Radar: Low Level Disruption in the Country's Classrooms

This report from Ofsted looks at low level classroom disruption. Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector (HMCI) raised concerns about low-level disruption in schools in his Annual Report 2012/13. As a consequence, guidance to inspectors was tightened to place greater emphasis on this issue in routine inspections. In addition...

Learning Behaviour Principles and Practice - What Works in Schools

This report aimed to identify practical examples of good practice that promote good behaviour and that can be adopted by all schools. The authors identified aspects of practice that create the right conditions for good behaviour to be learnt. The authors further comment that whilst school staff work hard to support...

Supporting Children with Challenging Behaviour Through a Nurture Group Approach

The aim of this survey was to analyse the elements of successful nurture group provision and the difference that nurture groups make to the outcomes for students. Nurture groups are small, structured teaching groups for students showing signs of behavioural, social or emotional difficulties, particularly those who...

Students Who Just Say NO

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.

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