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Meeting the Needs of Disaffected Students

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Through the use of a variety of approaches and techniques, including emotional literacy, NLP and learning styles, this resource gives practical examples of how to engage disaffected students and ensure they have a successful learning experience.

The book outlines the causes of disaffection generally and looks at a range of syndromes and conditions that may give rise to disaffection, offering support strategies that will encourage the engagement of such students. The book ...

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Overview

Through the use of a variety of approaches and techniques, including emotional literacy, NLP and learning styles, this resource gives practical examples of how to engage disaffected students and ensure they have a successful learning experience.

The book outlines the causes of disaffection generally and looks at a range of syndromes and conditions that may give rise to disaffection, offering support strategies that will encourage the engagement of such students. The book also outlines approaches for helping students to self-manage their behaviour and learning.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826434654
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
  • Publication date: 10/24/2009
  • Series: Meeting The Needs Series
  • Pages: 136
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Dave is an independent consultant who regularly trains lecturers, teachers and support workers around the country on behaviour management, teaching and learning. He provides seminars and behaviour roadshows for NASEN and SEBDA, and lectures on the Foundation Degree and HLTA programme at the University of Plymouth. He provides training for a number of companies including Lighthouse, Tribal/SFE, DICE, RTA and Sector Training, and has also provided training for Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) around the UK. He has written over 12 books, the last published title being How to Manage Behaviour in FE.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter One - Causes of disaffection Chapter Two - Using emotional literacy and impact techniques to raise self-esteem and resilience Chapter Three - Using neuro linguistic programming (NLP) to successfully manage disaffected students Chapter Four - Syndromes and conditions Chapter Five - Motivating students to learn through building good relationships and creating positive learning environments Chapter Six - Personalising learning through developing individual learner profiles Chapter Seven - Focus on fun: making lessons enjoyable and entertaining Chapter Eight - Making effective use of starter activities, brain breaks and co-operative learning strategies Chapter Nine - Helping students to self manage their own behaviour Chapter Ten - Managing disruptive, defiant and confrontational behaviour in individuals and groups Chapter Eleven - Developing a consistent approach to meet the needs of disaffected students Appendix Bibliography and Further Reading

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