Classroom Management

Managing the classroom is an issue that can cause a teacher anxiety and stress at any stage of their career. Behaviour needs to be taught in the same way as we have to teach our subject. Effective behaviour management involves using proactive strategies to encourage the behaviours we want to see, and reactive strategies to manage poor behaviour when it occurs.

Improving Behaviour in Schools – EEF Guidance Report

Behaviour Management: A Bill Rogers Top 10 – blog by Tom Sherrington

How can new teachers establish good behaviour at the start of the year? – Jamie Thom speaks to Tom Bennett

The following videos featuring Bill Rogers should be really useful…

If you are looking for further reading on classroom management strategies, you will find excellent advice in:

Behaviour Management by Bill Rogers

Running the Room by Tom Bennett