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A to Z of Classroom Behaviour
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A to Z of Classroom Behaviour

First Edition


May 2019 | 168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Behaviour, and how to deal with it, is a concern for trainee, new and experienced teachers. Alphabetical entries cover things like ADHD, low level behaviour and mood hoovers, and contain case studies from Primary and Secondary schools. Strategies and advice on how to deal with common issues are presented in bite-size chunks, so this book allows teachers to find what they need quickly. Links throughout show readers who to follow on Twitter for further advice, support and collaboration.
 
A - ADHD
 
B - Behaviour
 
C - Communication
 
D - Hierarchy of Needs
 
E - ELSA
 
F - Friendship
 
G - Green (Rewards and Compensation)
 
H - I need Help!
 
I - ITT
 
J - Jigsaw
 
K - Knowledge
 
L - Low level behaviour
 
M - Mood Hoovers
 
N - Animal Therapy
 
O - Outdoor Learning
 
P - Parents
 
Q - Quality First Teaching
 
R - Relationships
 
S - Senior Leadership Team
 
T - Teaching Assistants
 
U - Unmet Needs
 
V - Verbal Language
 
W - Wellbeing
 
X - Exclusion
 
Y - Yellow (Mental Health)
 
Z - Buzz (Working in a supportive atmosphere)

This book whilst focused on the school sector has some excellent examples of ways to mange behaviour. I especially like the A to Z index of behaviours and the advice given to support managing these behaviours. I will be putting this on the reading list to accompany other texts that support classroom management

Mrs Adele sewell
Teacher education, Bishop Burton College
May 2, 2019

Sample Materials & Chapters

A: ADHD


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Tracey Lawrence

Tracey Lawrence is the Acting Headteacher at Danemill Primary School where she leads the Behaviour module for the Inspiring Leaders SCITT programme ~ inspiring new teachers to put the sensitive & effective management of behaviour at the core of their teaching. Out of school, she volunteers with a group for adults with Special Educational Needs, providing opportunities for them to develop their organisational, social & creative skills as well as fundraising to keep the group running. More About Author