Classroom behaviour: a practical guide to effective teaching, behaviour management and colleague support
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Bill Rogers

Exploring the dynamics of pupil and teacher behaviour, and how each impacts on the other, this book offers a practical framework for behaviour management and how to apply discipline skills.

Rogers looks at the crucial ‘early establishment’ phase, with particular emphasis on developing classroom agreements between teachers and pupils. He provides practical examples, while also examining what effective classroom discipline looks like. 

Covering stress; anger management; school and peer support; and mentoring support and support for colleagues, the book also looks at how to support pupils with diagnosed/symptomatic behaviour disorders.

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Bill Rogers

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Sage Publications

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March 2011

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Providing a comprehensive guide to developing strategies to support classroom discipline and behaviour management, this book will be useful for both new and experienced teachers, and as an aid to professional development in classroom management and control.   


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