What to Do and When To Do It

When working with learners who find it difficult to separate their acceptable behaviour in the classroom with the behaviours elsewhere, try using this simple table. This example is fairly basic, and can be used for entry level upwards. You can adapt it for your own use, but essentially it’s a tick box for analysing and agreeing upon your classroom conduct.

Trying using it when you have a 1:1 with your pupils or students, help them to learn that behaviours are different when you’re in a range of places, and with different people.

What to Do and When To Do It

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