Practical Strategies and Techniques for Behaviour Management
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Published in 2010, Getting the Buggers to Behave provides practical ideas and equips teachers with realistic strategies for classroom management that can be put to immediate use with students and youth in an effort to have them meet behavioural expectations.
Included are sections describing the basics of behaviour management, managing the first meeting with the students, key strategies and techniques, teaching styles and space, and managing confrontation and stress. It contains checklists, tips, and examples of interactions that outline and demonstrate the application of these techniques.
Cowley, S. (2010). Getting the buggers to behave. London, UK: Continuum International Publishing Group.
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