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TES Weekend Workshop - Behaviour Management - Saturday 19th March

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by TES_Careers, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. Owning the classroom [/i]
    <font face="Calibri">2. Having high status</font>
    <font face="Calibri">3. How to act like a teacher</font>
    <font face="Calibri">4. The Ten Commandments of Behaviour Management</font>
    <font face="Calibri">5. Behaviour myths</font>
    <font face="Calibri">6. Using the school as a weapon</font>

    All participants will get a chance to discuss their individual issues, and learn about classic behaviour management techniques that actually work in real classes, not the classes the adverts show you. And you'll leave with strategies that you can pack in your school bag, and use the minute you get back. Any one can be good at controlling classes; this seminar will show you how.
     
  2. Owning the classroom [/i]
    <font face="Calibri">2. Having high status</font>
    <font face="Calibri">3. How to act like a teacher</font>
    <font face="Calibri">4. The Ten Commandments of Behaviour Management</font>
    <font face="Calibri">5. Behaviour myths</font>
    <font face="Calibri">6. Using the school as a weapon</font>

    All participants will get a chance to discuss their individual issues, and learn about classic behaviour management techniques that actually work in real classes, not the classes the adverts show you. And you'll leave with strategies that you can pack in your school bag, and use the minute you get back. Any one can be good at controlling classes; this seminar will show you how.
     

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