How to Manage Children's Challenging Behaviour
- Bill Rogers - Independent Educational Consultant, Victoria, Australia
Behaviour Management | Classroom Management & Student Behaviour | Reflective Practice
There are numerous case studies drawn from practice, each showing how the teacher manages the situation and what the outcome was: these examples from practice highlight the difference teachers can make to their students' behaviour, attitude, self-esteem and peer acceptance. Chapters look at: finding a way back from inappropriate behaviour; dealing with very challenging behaviour on a daily basis; creating a peaceful school and developing positive practice.
New material in this book includes:
- new case studies
- more analysis of actions taken and skills used when managing challenging behaviour
- a new chapter on working with confrontational and angry parents
- opportunities for reflection, to encourage discussion with colleagues
- managing anger in ourselves and our children
The direct, practical and inspirational nature of these accounts will resonate with all teachers and school support staff working with any age group. Based on the everyday experiences of the teachers who have written them, these are teachers' accounts offering sound advice and guidance to fellow professionals.
All royalties from the sale of this book are donated to the charity World Vision and their children's education programmes in South East Asia.
Bill Rogers books are easy to read and fit in to a busy life.
Bill Rogers makes managing behaviour seem achievable for all professionals and this is written in an interesting way to make it an easy read.
I find Bill Rogers a great read, entertaining even though it's a text book.
This is a well written and interesting book. I would certainly recommend it to students - it is accessible and clearly written.
This is a very useful text for trainee teachers who are struggling to get to grips with behaviour management.
My students are always concernd about children who are particulary hard to manage. This book tackles the issues well and helps guide students to understadning the bigger picture which may surround a childs difficulties. I was particularly keen on the chapter that gives insights into supporting parents. I think this is a valuable chapter. The book does not offer easy solutions, as I do not think there are any.
It might have included some further reference to the potential roles of other professionals.
I recommend this to students who are looking for support with more severe types of behaviour management issues
A good basic text for those new to teaching.
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