Behaviour Tip for School Leaders & Teachers remote working

by | Jan 19, 2021 | News | 0 comments

“Recognise the difference between stress behaviour and misbehaviour.” 

Dr. Stuart Shanker

Whether you’re a School Leader supporting staff or a teacher supporting pupils, in this week’s vlog find out how this thinking can help you with your remote working today.

“Are your staff purposely trying to defy you and make things more difficult? Or do they not have the bandwidth – literally with the internet or with their emotional health?”

Watch the video to find out more.

For more detailed solutions to supporting challenging behaviour grab some online CPD on behaviour with my 6 part mini-training – £15.

Suitable as Personal CPD for teaching staff and homeschooling parents/carers 
or 
Activities/Discussion points for all staff meetings or bulletins.

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