Practical Strategies for teaching responsible Behaviour

Glen Pearsall
Engaging & Effective Classroom Practice
Aimed at primary and secondary teachers. Explores strategies for creating a positive and productive working environment. Features effective resources and lesson plans.
Target Audience
This course is aimed at both Primary and Secondary teachers
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Learning Areas

Teaching Standards

General Description

Facilitated by the author of, ‘And Gladly Teach’, the best-selling guide to developing cooperative classrooms, this workshop explores strategies for creating a positive and productive working environment for students and teachers. Featuring highly effective, easy-to-implement classroom management techniques, resources and lesson plans this course provides practical steps for teaching young people to take responsibility for their studies. The course covers strategies for defusing potential conflicts and minimising disruptive behaviour, highly engaging games and activities that encourage students to take greater responsibility for their class and homework practice and curriculum solutions to common types of off-task behaviour. The workshop also explores engagement strategies for transforming disinterested and dysfunctional class groups, techniques for creating a sense of collective student responsibility and fostering a positive & productive environment in which excellence is celebrated.

Audience

This course is aimed at both Primary and Secondary teachers

Available Delivery Formats

Format Description

Facilitated by the author of, ‘And Gladly Teach’, the best-selling guide to developing cooperative classrooms, this workshop explores strategies for creating a positive and productive working environment for students and teachers.
Tailored to your school and it’s need, incorporating aspects of his other great programs for teacher in Australia, this program will deliver practical steps for teaching young people.


This course contributes to 5.5 professional development hours.

Occurrences

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Sessions

Onsite Delivery

No duration specified

Tailored to your school and it’s need, incorporate aspects of Glen’s other great programs for teacher in Australia, for outcomes set by your school.

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About the team


Glen Pearsall

Creator

Glen Pearsall was a Leading Teacher at Eltham High School and a Board member of the Curriculum Assessment Authority. Glen is the co-author of Literature for Life and Work Right and the author of Classroom Dynamics and the best-selling And Gladly Teach.

He works throughout Australia as an educational consultant, specialising in classroom management, engagement and workload reduction strategies for teachers.

He has a particular interest in the work of graduate and pre-service teachers and has worked as a seminar leader and research fellow at the Centre for Youth Research. Glen’s ebook The Top Ten Strategic Questions for Teachers has just been translated into Khmer for Cambodian teachers.

His latest book The Literature Toolbox features over fifty strategies for exploring text.