Cared for and safe to express themselves
Used only when behavioural issues arise
Used pre-emptively to create a productive learning environment.
They are not effective.
Just before Christmas holidays.
Stop the class, pull the student to the front of the class and rap on the knuckles with ruler. (physical punishment)
Stop the class, using sarcasm and insults, point the student out to the entire class. (embarrasment and humiliation)
Stop the class and give the student extra classwork to complete
Assertive, discreetly using a desist, approaching student and use quiet communication regarding rules, least disruptive as possible.
Erratic and dramatic.
Varied to keep the students on their toes.
Logical and consistent.
Drawn out and vindictive.
Have an in depth understanding of what is happening in their classroom and what issues their students are facing.
Don't really care what is going on for their students.
Don't have a clue.
Go to the pub at lunch time.
What mood the naughtiest child is in.
How much sleep the teacher got.
Rules for behaviour and procedures for task completion.
Classrooms can be governed?
A pipe dream, you are lucky if you can find your pen.
Managing to have your students sit in their seat at some point during the day.
Students showing fear lest they incur the wrath of the mighty teacher.
Essential as it can assist with setting routines and eliminates "dead time".
Fluid, a mix of authoritarian and passive to keep the students guessing.
Consistant and commenced on the first day of school.
Not used until a couple of weeks after school starts so the students have time to settle in.
What are behaviour management techniques?
Learning new behaviours through imitation of the model which leads to the development of new skills.
A change in emotional reponse and behaviour after observing the emotional response of the model
Observing what reward or punishment is gained from a model acting in a particular way can change inhibitions
Open, frequent, informal and request assistance from parents.
Limited to school reports and parent/teacher interviews.
Simple, they don't understand the complexities of dealing with children.
Wait, we have to deal with the parents as well?