What to do when we’re triggered personally by our pupils’ behaviour

by | Sep 20, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, SEMH | 0 comments

 

We all get triggered.

That pupil.

That word.
That eye roll.

We’re human, it’s going to happen…

…and we need to know how to manage our own emotional triggers the best we can, so that our personal experiences don’t get in the way of how we can support behaivour in our schools.

This week’s vlog outlines how we can do that successfully.

 

Approx watching time – 9.5mins

 

The podcast I refer to by Suzy Ashworth can be listened to here – https://suzyashworth.com/how-to-deal-with-a-triggering-situation/

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