Teachers employ various classroom management techniques to ensure smooth delivery of lessons so that there is as little distraction as possible from students in a classroom. Because any disruptive student behaviour in a classroom can have a severe impact over the rest of student satisfaction, it is important that it is handled on priority and with seriousness. The main aim of this training course is to identify and highlight disruptive behaviour in a classroom and provide skills to curb such interruptions before they begin. Also, it aims to provide practical strategies to handle disruptive students in a classroom and offer insight into common mistakes made by teachers in such instances.
This training course will be delivered by means of in-classroom presentations, group task based on applying classroom management techniques, case study analysis and discussion, role play to demonstrate understanding of the course learning based on effective handling of disruptive behaviour.
By the end of this training programme, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate ability to recognize and manage disruptive behaviour in a classroom.
- Apply learned strategies to control and deter interruptions and other disruptions within a classroom.
- Evaluate classroom situation and handle disruptive elements (students).
- Avoid common mistakes made by teachers while handling disruptive behaviour in classrooms and follow correct post disruption procedures.
This course is intended for administrators, principals and board members of education institutions, various teaching staff, departmental heads and general academics. Also, this training program can help educational professionals and general industry experts who are aiming to progress in teaching and educational management roles.
This course will be covered in the following 5 key learning modules.
- Understanding disruptive behaviour
- Talking on phone.
- Unnecessary chatting.
- Late arrival.
- Time wasting (asking repetitive, baiting, irrelevant questions).
- Mindless challenge to teacher.
- Hijacking group discussion with out of scope questions.
- Technology misuse in class (playing online games, youtube etc).
- Deterring classroom disruption
- Building teacher-student meaningful relationship.
- Structuring a forward plan/student guide explaining disruptive behaviour.
- Bespoke quiz (teaching priorities, classroom rules and the consequences).
- Reinforcing the message towards students nearing the disruptive line.
- Highlighting case examples of student frustration due to disruptive behaviour in classroom and its negative implications in classroom academic results.
- Handling classroom disruption
- Demonstrate a sense of humour.
- Learning students first name.
- Using silent stare and never raising voice.
- Isolating disruptor and reporting to administrator.
- Keeping emotions under check.
- Respecting disrupting student.
- Being assertive with disruptor.
- Common mistakes made by Class teacher
- Failure in communicating teacher expectations from the beginning.
- Failing to priorities disruptive behaviour.
- Being too emotional, hitting it too hard and too early.
- Failing to document disruptive behaviour early signs and follow up
- Correct procedure – Post classroom disruption
- Reporting as per standard procedures (school/university guidelines).
- Assessment of teaching loss to the student.
- Regular assessment of students engagement with studies
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Student Rate: £2665
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