Behaviour Management for the modern classroom


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Is disruptive behaviour a source of stress in your job? This course offers practical advice and strategies which will be relevant to teachers/lecturers/ teaching assistants.

Tim Milner looks at students' behaviour and how it impacts on the individual, those students around them and also the teacher and the quality of their teaching. This event also investigates why students' behaviour can be so negative and the identifiable tipping points to avoid conflict.

Tim approaches this event with up to date and useful tips and tactics, suitable for all Key Stages, to minimise the impact of negative behaviour and maximise lesson time for all. You will have the opportunity to use a bank of resources, all of which are tried and tested and easily injected into your current teaching styles.

Tim is an inspirational and experienced, current conditions classroom teacher and professional educational speaker. He works with groups of education professionals and  students from all over the UK, presenting on topics such as revision guidance, study skills, independent learning, behaviour management and motivation and planning for success in life. 

Who is it for? All key stages, teachers, lecturers, student teachers & learning support professionals


Event date: 
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 -
16:30 to 19:00
North West
Preston Grasshoppers RFC, Lightfoot Green Lane
Preston PR4 0AP