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Slides to accompany Peter Hook's Confident Classroom Leadership course in schools - peter@thecriticaldifference.com

Slides to accompany Peter Hook's Confident Classroom Leadership course in schools - peter@thecriticaldifference.com

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  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address] Notes
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]
  • PHTC - Confident Classroom Leadership This document has been produced for use on PHTC training courses. We are happy for you to reproduce it providing that you do so in this form. [email_address]

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  • 1. Peter Hook Confident Classroom Leadership
  • 2. Poor Behaviour
    • Poor behaviour cannot be tolerated as it is a denial of the right of pupils to learn and teachers to teach . To enable learning to take place preventative action is most effective , but where this fails, schools must have clear, firm and intelligent strategies in place to help pupils manage their behaviour.
    • Report of the Practitioners’ Group on School Behaviour and Discipline – October 2005
  • 3. The Losing Classroom
    • ‘ Our evidence suggests that many children who behave badly in school are those whose self-esteem is threatened by failure. They see academic work as competitive and the competition as unwinnable. They soon realise that the best way to avoid failure in such a competition is not to enter it.’
    • The Elton Report
  • 4. Children….
      • “ The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in the place of exercise. Children are now tyrants not servants of their households. They no longer rise when elders enter the room. They contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble up dainties at the table, cross their legs, and tyrannize their teachers.”
    Socrates, 469-399 BC
  • 5. Key Message 1
    • There are no ‘magic wands’ out there!
  • 6. Key Message 2
    • Students need a ‘box’ around their behaviour
  • 7. Amy’s Words of Wisdom
  • 8. A Model of Self-Esteem B R I C K W A L L Self Talk SELF IMAGE SELF-ESTEEM Inappropriate Compensatory Behaviour Alternate Image Reticular Activating System Opt Out IDEAL SELF
  • 9. A mistaken self-talk….
    • Good teachers control the behaviour of all the children all the time.
    manage most of the most of the time.
  • 10. Basic Principles It is not about…. Using Blitzkrieg approaches Being their best friend It IS about…. TOUGH CARE
  • 11. A key question for teachers
    • Is this lesson worth behaving in?
  • 12. Key Message 3
    • Effective behaviour management has nothing to do with students
  • 13. Key Message 4
    • Effective behaviour management is not ‘rocket science’
  • 14. Teaching NOT Delivering
  • 15. Lessons From Puppy Training
  • 16. Key Protocols
    • Plan for good behaviour
  • 17. Key Protocols
    • Plan for good behaviour
    • Work within the 3Rs framework
  • 18. 3 Rs Framework Rights All students have a right to learn All teachers have a right to teach Everybody has a right to dignity and respect Everybody has a right to feel and be safe and healthy
  • 19. 3 Rs Framework Rights It is the responsibility of all members of the school community to ensure that we can all enjoy our rights Responsibilities
  • 20. 3 Rs Framework Inevitability Rights Responsibilities Choices Consequences Routines
  • 21. Rewarding Rewards
  • 22. Effective “Lead Tugs”
  • 23. Key Message 5 Keep the system between you and the student
  • 24. Key Message 6
  • 25. Key Message 7
    • We’re all in this together
  • 26. Getting Some ‘Basics’ Right
    • Entering
    • Seating
    • Leaving
    • Relationships
    • Work
  • 27. O UTCOMES RESPONSE-ABILITY E VENTS + R ESPONSE =
  • 28. A ‘Master’ Skill TOOTing OOSing HOCing It wasn’t me! I was only.... What about.... You’re always.... It’s BORING! Maybe....... and............
  • 29. Beware of the Body Language Trap
  • 30. Another ‘Master’ Skill
    • Expectation of Compliance
  • 31. And just one more.....
    • Evidential praise
  • 32. OK – one more then!
    • Double “What?” questioning.....
  • 33. The ‘Holy Grail’ CONSISTENCY
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