Taking care of behaviour in FE
Managing and modifying learners' behaviour is an essential teaching skill whatever sector you work in. This course has been modified for the FE setting, is practical and realistic and will equip you with simple and innovative strategies that will transform the way your students learn, behave and relate to one another.
The programme will include:
- consistency and the influence of your own behaviour
- intelligent use of meaningful praise and reward
- rules, rituals, routines and habits of outstanding behaviour management
- preventative strategies and techniques
- eradicating low level disruption
- assertiveness: attitude, language, performance
- intervening without confrontation 'win, win'
This course includes collaborative group work, active exploration of practical ideas, video dissection, action research tasks to take back to work, purposeful enactment, reflective individual tasks, investigative whole group exploration.
This course aims to:
- to share practical, immediately useful strategies to improve behaviour wrapped around an intelligent philosophy in an FE setting
- to learn how to teach behaviour through the use of positive reinforcement rituals, routines and habits
- to develop ability to intervene skilfully without confrontation.
Who this course is for
£40 - all standard teaching members
Manchester - 16 January 2013
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