Sue Cowley - Positive Behaviour Management
Develop NQTs/RQTs as teachers that engage and manage pupils effectively, reducing stress in the classroom and creating positive lessons. During this practical and interactive day, delegates will:
- Examine and develop behaviour management skills and techniques
- Develop teaching styles to become more effective at classroom management
- Investigate why behaviour issues occur
- Explore reactions to misbehaviour and learn ways to stay calm
- Carry out specific action planning for the year ahead
Sue Cowley is an experienced teacher, presenter, behavioural specialist and best-selling author of twenty books for teachers and parents, including ‘Getting the Buggers to Behave’ , ‘Teaching Skills for Dummies’ and ‘How to Survive your First Year in Teaching’.
A contributor to the TES, a columnist for Teach Early Years and Nursery World, Sue is a respected and influential education expert having also produced materials for the Open University and BBC.
During this insightful course, Sue explores classroom management in an engaging and very practical way.
Not only will staff learn about the best approaches, but they will also investigate the best methods for verbal and nonverbal communication, examine their own teaching styles and build confidence.
They will also be encouraged to develop their own practices and identify areas which need development.
Sue is also credited with presentations to the NUT, General Teaching Council, FastTrack and Advanced Skills teachers, at Cambridge, Bedfordshire and Southampton Universities and at a number of deputy and headteacher conferences.
She has also appeared before the Education Select Committee, as an Expert Witness on behaviour in schools. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from a respected expert in the field of behaviour - book your place today.