EA training behaviour management

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  • Where might Educational Assistants encounter challenging behaviour, and what steps can they take to counter it?
  • The reason it is important to know what sort of behaviour is because it is helpful when thinking about how to deal with it.
  • Can you think of examples of these positions from students you know or have known? Share with a talk partner.
    Hand out sheets with the condensed information on them!
  • EA training behaviour management

    1. 1. + Behaviour Management Wednesday 9th November 2011
    2. 2. + Behaviour management  RCHK Primary has a positive behaviour management approach.  Built on respect.  Aimed at enabling all students to learn.  EAs are crucial to behaviour management, working with the teacher.
    3. 3. + What is disruptive behaviour?  Any behaviour which is disruptive to learning or safety, physically or mentally.  The learning of the student causing the disruption, or the learning of other students.  Complete a Y chart with examples of the disruptive behaviour you might have witnessed. What? When?Where?
    4. 4. + Four types of disruption A B C D From Win-Win Discipline by Spencer Kagan, PhD; Patricia Kyle, PhD; Sally Scott, MA. Aggression Breaking the Rules Confrontation Disengagment  Consider the behaviours you listed on the Y-chart “What” section. Label them A, B, C or D.  Look at the list of disruptions. Discuss which ones you may encounter.
    5. 5. + The position of the student  Attention seeking  Avoiding failure/embarrassment  Angry  Control-seeking  Energetic  Bored  Uninformed From Win-Win Discipline by Spencer Kagan, PhD; Patricia Kyle, PhD; Sally Scott, MA.
    6. 6. + Managing Behaviour  Win-Win approach –  Preventative  Moment-of-Disruption  Follow-Ups  Moment-of-Disruption  What sort of disruption do you think the one shown is?  What position do you think the student is taking?  How could you deal with the disruption?
    7. 7. + Moment-of-Disruption strategies  Remind students of class agreements.  Ask students to make better choices.  Redirect students’ attention to the work.  Try another way – take tasks one step at a time.  Coupons for frequent behaviour.  Catch-me strategies.  Call attention to the Learner Profile. Further ideas in Win-Win Discipline.
    8. 8. + Moving forward  Choose one strategy that you will use from the session today…

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