Empowering staff to recognise the role they have in improving behaviour and ensuring that they fight the belief that behaviour just happens to them and they have to manage it somehow or go under.
Positive Engagement with Negative behaviour
Identifying root causes of behaviour Identifying barriers to learning Finding out what works Communicating practical advice that works Engaging emotionally with people not behaviours
Using language to change behaviour
Changing attitudes by choosing the right words Modelling and mirroring to change behaviours
Assertive, Passive and Aggressive stances
Understanding how to recognise behaviours Student responses to adult behaviours Determining behaviour by adult stance
Teaching Better Behaviour
Teaching behaviour like teaching maths Increasing expectations of behaviour change Breaking down the steps of behaviour so that it makes sense
Understanding those behaviour labels
ADHD, Aspergers, etc. What does it mean? What does it feel like? What can we do to help?
Getting it right in the classroom
Creating the right environment for good behaviour Planning for good behaviour Meet and greet Engaging students in learning Teaching behaviours for learning
Giving Students the skills to make better choices
Behaviour change planning Role of tutor Role of House Leader/Year Leader Role of Alternative provision Role of LSU Identifying root causes of behaviour Identifying barriers to learning Finding out what works Communicating practical advice that works Engaging emotionally with people not behaviours Working with Parents and Carers