Suitable for: Teachers and support staff looking for practical strategies to minimise low level disruptive behaviour in the classroom.
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This course is suitable for teachers and teaching assistants looking for proven strategies to tackle low level disruptive behaviour. At best this behaviour impacts on the ability of other learners to participate in your lesson; at worst it can escalate into more serious behavioural issues. This course will teach you effective strategies you can implement in order to regain control of every class you teach.
Very knowledgeable course leader with copious amounts of relevant experience and real life scenarios to draw upon. Sarah Harper, Bishop Wordsworth's Grammar School
Good ideas to take back into the classroom and availability to share ideas with others in a similar situation. Suzie Shapiro, Valley Park Community School
Helpful tips and ways to look at situations that often arise. Colette Reid, Immanuel College
The course was very helpful in providing effective ways of managing specific behaviour issues within the classroom. Emily Tonkyn, Preston Manor High School
Informative and helpful! And the small group meant we were able to discuss advice, and content was tailored. Helen O'Hanlon, Hamilton College