The New Teacher's Survival Guide to Behaviour / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- SAGE Publications
Standing in front of a class of students is challenging enough, but what if they just won't behave? This book will tell you how to start off on the right foot as a new teacher, and how to look after yourself as well as your classes. Chapters will help you to build up your confidence and awareness, develop positive relationships with your students, create supportive bonds with colleagues, and manage disruptive, distressed and defiant students calmly.
About the Author
Previously a teacher and educational psychologist, Sue Roffey is currently adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Western Sydney and Honorary Lecturer at University College London. She is a prolific author, international educational consultant and speaker on issues related to pro-social behaviour, belonging, resilience and positive relationships within education. She is the founder and director of Wellbeing Australia (www.wellbeingaustralia.com.au/wba) and now lives between Sydney and London. Sue can be contacted through www.sueroffey.com and www.circlesolutionsnetwork.com/csn.
Table of Contents
IntroductionYou as a TeacherYou and Your ResourcesYou and Your ClassYou and Your SchoolYou and the CommunityYou and Your Biggest Challenges Thinking about Students with Challenging Behaviour The Learning and Behaviour Connection Taking Action Following through Your Own SurvivalSummary and Useful Resources