The essential guide to taking care of behaviour / by Paul Dix.
By: Dix, PaulMaterial type: TextSeries: Essential guidesPublisher: New Delhi : Pearson Education, 2014Edition: 2nd edDescription: vii, 209 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9789332517004 (pbk.)Subject(s): Classroom management | Behavior modificationDDC classification: 371.39
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1 managing behaviour in the classroom 1. Chapter 1 Things to think about before you start. Chapter 2 Managing your own behaviour: modelling social and emotional literacy. Chapter 3 Establishing and sustaining consistency and certainty. Chapter 4 Learning rituals, rules and routines. Chapter 5 Language, performance and positive manipulation. Chapter 6 Motivating students: meaningful praise and reward. Chapter 7 Reconciliation v retribution: the art of applying effective sanctions. Part 2 Advanced behaviour-management strategies. Chapter 8 Managing confrontation with flair: the 'win, win". Chapter 9 Pivotal moments in hooking hard to reach students. Chapter 10 Building mutual trust with indiviuals and groups. Chapter 11 Students with extreme behaviour and behaviour-changing conditions. Part 3 Collaborating with other adults. Chapter 12 Seeking support: Why, when and how Chapter 13 Teaching partnerships: collaborative approaches with the LSA and other adults. Chapter 14 Nurturing the support of parents, mentors and the wider community. Part 4 Specific situations. Chapter 15 Supply teachers, cover supervisors and cover lessons. Chapter 16 Managing behaviour around the site.