Offers teachers a clear conceptual framework for making sense of the many behaviour management strategies on offer, allowing them to make critical assessment about their appropriateness and effectiveness in the classroom.
Includes a unique focus on the relationships which underpin learning, placing an emphasis on the development of 'learning behaviours', endorsing the view that it is essential to evaluate the efficacy of behaviour management against progress in learning.
Will help teachers to: decide what strategy is best for individuals in their classroom, be aware of evidence/theoretical base that underpins the strategy and be able to evaluate its effectiveness.
Compelling reading for all trainees and practising teachers, CPD
co-ordinators and other professionals working with challenging pupils.