Managing challenging behaviour in the classroom.
How to manage challenging behaviour in the classroom – a free video Series for Teachers
You’ve tried to make them listen, you’ve shared your expectations, you’ve tried being strict…
… and it’s just not working.
You dread the lessons, your stomach churns as you try to plan ‘engaging’ work, oh wow – and now these *angels* are turning up in your dreams…
… it’s just not working.
Educating students with behavioural needs is challenging, it is very easy to let the one or two take over your lessons – and your mind, and it feels like a downwards spiral.
I absolutely know this, I’ve been there (and why is it always with a year 9 class?!).
I’ve had those moments when you feel like it’s your fault:
I’m not a good teacher
This isn’t my profession
But, I have also got out of this spot many times and helped others to do so too – it is absolutely possible.
There are many vital approaches and mindsets that can shift those toxic lessons into something tolerable – and even something you look forward to over time.
I couldn’t believe the first time I did this – it was such an achievement – the students actually wanted to come to my lessons!
In this video series I share three top tips on how to work with students and classes that have challenging behaviour.
I love working with these students and I love sharing this work; as a Mentor for trainees, visiting university lecturer, writer and speaker on Education and Behaviour, I support many teachers and educators in working with these very *special* students.