Low-level disruption and underhanded poor behaviour has been an increasing concern for many schools over the past few years. Conflicting ideas, evidence and research have not helped in finding an effective approach. This course aims to clarify those discussions and provide practical approaches that can be critiqued and adapted to suit your specific context and students.
This course is not only about finding strategies that can be used to support and encourage positive behaviour, but also to ensure that our pastoral and academic programmes support disengaged learners in maximising their potential, both as learners and as young adults who will make great contributions to society.
This course is appropriate for secondary schools.
This course is easy-to-access in any of the below formats...