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Behaviour Management



POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR IN EARLY YEARS

The essentials of positive behaviour management within the early years setting

Positive Behaviour in Early Yearslooks at the essentials of positive behaviour management within the early years setting and examines the many things practitioners can do both individually and as a group to encourage positive behaviour and maintain effective and consistent behaviour management.

Practitioners are encouraged to review their own management approaches and consider their expectations and preconceptions. Developmental norms and team dynamics are discussed as well as the setting as a whole in terms of their impact on behaviour. Strong co-operation and collaboration with parents is put forward as a key strategy and the importance of objective observation and measurement are emphasised.

Positive Behaviour in Early Yearsis based on highly successful training programme developed with North Lanarkshire local authority as part of their innovative training programme for Early Years Practitioners which is widely used throughout Scotland.

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ANGER: TRIGGERS AND EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

A masterclass on how to deal with anger in positive ways

With this DVD teachers can learn powerful strategies to deal with their own anger in three different scenarios:

  • Meeting an angry parent face to face
  • Handling a confrontation with a student
  • Resolving an issue over the telephone

  • Each scenario shows a negative response followed by a more reasonable, positive way of managing the situation. Summaries of negative and positive points along the way allow the film to be paused and discussed by the viewers. The negative clips demonstrate:
  • Early warning signs, triggers, escalation points and a failure to resolve the situation
  • Overfamiliarity, power struggles, secondary behaviour issues
  • Blame approach, raised voice, lack of empathy, threats
  • Failure to use objective observations/evidence, personal comments, no trust/respect, interrupting
  • Making excuses, being sarcastic, arguing, criticising, overreacting

  • The more reasoned, considered responses in contrast show:
  • A welcoming attitude
  • How to review the issue and spot the positives
  • Directed questioning to focus on self-management and resolution
  • The importance of pitch, intonation, smiling, keeping your voice enthusiastic and friendly
  • Thinking carefully before you speak and focusing on the facts
  • Non-verbal communication and active listening
  • Recording of important points, review of conversation, agreeing on action plan


  • DVD / / () / 30 minutes

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    ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (PRIMARY)

    By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross in conjunction with Kent Police

    This comprehensive education pack not only does it look into what is anti-social behaviour and how it affects different groups of people, but it also allows students to think about choices, consequences and respect.

    The Anti-Social Behaviour DVD was made in conjunction with Kent Police and is supported by a set of flexible lesson plans and teachers' notes. It's a very useful education pack and ideal for any secondary school.

    The six 50-minute lesson plans address:
    1) What is anti-social behaviour?
    2) Who is affected?
    3) Who behaves anti-socially?
    4) Perceptions
    5) What should we do?
    6) Why are people anti-social?

    Topics include:
  • Graffiti
  • Excessive noise
  • Intimidating groups of young people
  • Chewing gum
  • Alcohol
  • Stealing cars
  • Aggressive behaviour


  • DVD (With CD-ROM) / / (Ages 4-11) /

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    ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (SECONDARY)

    By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross in conjunction with Kent Police

    This comprehensive education pack not only does it look into what is anti-social behaviour and how it affects different groups of people, but it also allows students to think about choices, consequences and respect.

    The Anti-Social Behaviour DVD was made in conjunction with Kent Police and is supported by a set of flexible lesson plans and teachers' notes. It's a very useful education pack and ideal for any secondary school.

    The six 50-minute lesson plans address:
    1) What is anti-social behaviour?
    2) Who is affected?
    3) Who behaves anti-socially?
    4) Perceptions
    5) What should we do?
    6) Why are people anti-social?

    Topics include:
  • Graffiti
  • Excessive noise
  • Intimidating groups of young people
  • Chewing gum
  • Alcohol
  • Stealing cars
  • Aggressive behaviour


  • DVD (With CD-ROM) / / (Ages 11-16) /

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    MANAGING BEHAVIOUR - THE TWO WAY MIRROR (PRIMARY)

    Concepts that are fundamental to behaviour management in the primary classroom

    Managing Behaviour - The Two Way Mirror is a DVD based CPD course. It communicates concepts that are fundamental to behaviour management in the classroom, encouraging teachers and other classroom professionals to consider their preferred strategies and styles with a view to adopting more effective approaches.

    It's a complete inset package with everything you need for your school to run meaningful inset for teachers and teaching assistants in the attitudinal and behavioural fundamentals of effectively managing the behaviour of young people.

    Managing Behaviour is a one-off purchase that can be used again and again to deliver ongoing training for all staff. It can be used for induction, whole school or departmental inset or refresher training. It affords schools total flexibility for the training to be run at a time convenient to them and requires minimal preparation for delivery.

    The discussion based methodology will make a significant contribution to improving the standards of pupils' behaviour, in classrooms in particular and in schools generally, enhancing pupils' learning and reducing the stress of disruptive behaviour.


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    MANAGING BEHAVIOUR - THE TWO WAY MIRROR (SECONDARY)

    Concepts that are fundamental to behaviour management in the secondary classroom

    Managing Behaviour - The Two Way Mirror is a DVD based CPD course. It communicates concepts that are fundamental to behaviour management in the classroom, encouraging teachers and other classroom professionals to consider their preferred strategies and styles with a view to adopting more effective approaches.

    It's a complete inset package with everything you need for your school to run meaningful inset for teachers and teaching assistants in the attitudinal and behavioural fundamentals of effectively managing the behaviour of young people.

    Managing Behaviour is a one-off purchase that can be used again and again to deliver ongoing training for all staff. It can be used for induction, whole school or departmental inset or refresher training. It affords schools total flexibility for the training to be run at a time convenient to them and requires minimal preparation for delivery.

    The discussion based methodology will make a significant contribution to improving the standards of pupils' behaviour, in classrooms in particular and in schools generally, enhancing pupils' learning and reducing the stress of disruptive behaviour.


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    MANAGING THE LUNCH HOUR (PRIMARY)

    Induction and ongoing CPD for lunchtime supervisory teams, promoting positive behaviour strategies

    Research has shown that having a good, calm and well managed lunch time increases the quality of learning in the afternoon.

    Managing the Lunch Hour?has been developed to provide induction and ongoing CPD for Midday Assistants/Lunchtime Supervisors and any staff involved in managing pupils at break times. It considers the value of a well managed lunch break to a child's development, well-being and education.

    Managing the Lunch Hour?contains a variety of materials to appeal to all learning styles, stimulating reflection and discussion leading to personal development and organisational change and presents whole school approaches to lunchtime management.

    It motivates and empowers lunchtime supervisory teams by promoting positive behaviour strategies íV 'catching children being good'. .

    Managing the Lunch Hour?considers the importance of consistency between the playground and the classroom and looks at first aid, bullying and safeguarding issues.

    This professional development programme raises the self-esteem of this important group of support staff and engenders team working making management of social times a whole school issue.

    The course supports the Remodelling agenda, Excellence and Enjoyment, Inclusion and Every Child Matters objectives.


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    MANAGING THE LUNCH HOUR (SECONDARY)

  • considers the value of a well managed lunch break to a pupil's education
  • motivates and empowers lunchtime teams by promoting positive behaviour strategies
  • considers the importance of consistency between the playground and the classroom and looks at first aid, bullying and safeguarding issues.


  • Induction and ongoing CPD for lunchtime supervisory teams, promoting positive behaviour strategies

    Research has shown that having a good, calm and well managed lunch time increases the quality of learning in the afternoon.

    Managing the Lunch Hour?has been developed to provide induction and ongoing CPD for Midday Assistants/Lunchtime Supervisors and any staff involved in managing pupils at break times. It considers the value of a well managed lunch break to a child's development, well-being and education.

    Managing the Lunch Hour?contains a variety of materials to appeal to all learning styles, stimulating reflection and discussion leading to personal development and organisational change and presents whole school approaches to lunchtime management.

    It motivates and empowers lunchtime supervisory teams by promoting positive behaviour strategies - 'catching children being good'. .

    Managing the Lunch Hour?considers the importance of consistency between the playground and the classroom and looks at first aid, bullying and safeguarding issues.

    This professional development programme raises the self-esteem of this important group of support staff and engenders team working making management of social times a whole school issue.

    The course supports the Remodelling agenda, Excellence and Enjoyment, Inclusion and Every Child Matters objectives.


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    SESAME STREET: DEVELOPING SELF ESTEEM

    Each sequence of this delightful program encourages young viewers to experience the special feeling of pride in developing unique aptitudes and abilities in relating to family and friends, and in learning new skills.

    DVD / / (Grades PreK-2) / 48 minutes

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    SESAME STREET: LEARNING TO COOPERATE

    Youngsters join in the fun with songs and skits carefully designed to demonstrate the importance of sharing, working together and taking turns. Plus, they'll see how cooperation can help resolve conflicts and solve problems.

    DVD / / (Grades PreK-2) / 50 minutes

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    WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE BEHAVIOUR (PRIMARY)

    For schools to use in engaging parents in positive behaviour management

    Working Together to Improve Bevaviour is a DVD based course for schools to use in engaging parents in positive behaviour management. It encourages parents to consider their behaviour management strategies and the all important issue of creating a behaviour ethos at home that is consistent with the school's.

    Working Together to Improve Behaviour will provide you with an objective tool to focus parents' minds on behaviour management, helping you to set the agenda for behaviour by promoting positive techniques, home/school consistency and a collaborative approach.


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    WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE BEHAVIOUR (SECONDARY)

    For schools to use in engaging parents in positive behaviour management

    Working Together to Improve Bevaviour is a DVD based course for schools to use in engaging parents in positive behaviour management. It encourages parents to consider their behaviour management strategies and the all important issue of creating a behaviour ethos at home that is consistent with the school's.

    Working Together to Improve Behaviour will provide you with an objective tool to focus parents' minds on behaviour management, helping you to set the agenda for behaviour by promoting positive techniques, home/school consistency and a collaborative approach.


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    WORKING WITH CHALLENGING PARENTS (SECONDARY)

    Guidance for school managers, teachers and support staff on creating and sustaining relationships with demanding parents

    Parents are more aware of their rights than ever before. They have often have high expectations of their children, their children's teachers and the school. Sometimes these high expectations can lead to negative behaviour, ranging from over assertiveness to threats of violence and occasionally physical assault.

    Working with Challenging Parents is a valuable professional development programme for use with both teaching and support staff. It communicates productive strategies and techniques for gaining the co-operation of demanding parents featuring dramatic reconstrctions, interactive tools and the input of teachers, senior managers, parents and personal safety specialists.

    The training delivers an understanding that your behaviour has a crucial influence on how others behave towards you, and demonstrates different methods that can be used to resolve situations before they escalate. It also shows how any situation can have multiple outcomes, depending upon the resolution method used.

    The programme
  • Looks at the causes of emotional and irrational parental behaviour
  • Develops practical skills to avoid conflict, de-escalate situations and deal with threats of violence
  • Considers reviewing your's school's policy for dealing with difficult parents and looks at ways of developin whole-school approaches that encourage parental inclusion
  • Examines teachers' and parents' prejudices towards one another
  • Includes case studies


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