Sometimes you come across behaviour situations in class and around corridors which can be easily fixed with the right words. But so often those words fail you!
We've created several 60 second videos to give you some smart ideas to help managing behaviour in class (and elsewhere!).
Each tip takes just around 60 – 65 seconds to view, but can give back so much teaching and learning time if applied well (and avoid low level disruptions).
Included in this suite of bite-sized behaviour management tips are:
They are completely free.
Click on the picture below to watch Behaviour Hack #1.
To see the rest of the free series click here.
Behaviour in class is something that most teachers need to take charge of at some time or another. Attending training for behaviour management is always an important part of the development of practical skills, but isn't always convenient during a busy working week.
We provide online behaviour management training in several formats (including this one which is hosted on Teachable), and one of our regular offers includes access to free webinars.
Here's one of our bite-sized (30 minutes) behaviour management webinars which you're invited to watch.
This 30 minute webinar covers the following common classroom behaviour 'complaints':
Grab your headphones and pick up a few tips and strategies. You can watch directly on You Tube if your system works better that way.
A number of our training courses take shape in the form of a webinar or video.
Why is that?
From both anecdotal evidence and scientific research we know that, during training, information is more easily absorbed with dual coding. Put simply, dual coding means that your brain can store more information in more areas of your brain. (See this video for a great explanation).
“While traditional training tools such as lectures, documents, and PowerPoint presentations may appear to be effective at getting information across, comprehension tests show that much of that information is quickly forgotten. In contrast, video is a visually stimulating medium that boosts training content by upping viewer engagement and improving the learner’s ability to comprehend concepts and details and remember them longer...”
We also know that after a long day in the training room or classroom,...