Behaviour Management for Relief Teachers
In this course you will
- Increase and improve on your behaviour management options
- Learn how to better handle disruptive students
- Receive highly practical advice tailor-made for relief teachers
Managing student behaviour in the classroom is essential for all teachers. Student behaviour is the determining factor of learning success and sometimes your teacher sanity. Misbehaviour is a toxic element in the classroom but dealing with misbehaviour incorrectly increases the toxicity.
Not only does misbehaviour add an abrasive tone to your rapport with all students it creates a destructive element for future success.
You need a repertoire of behaviour management strategies to call upon to handle the myriad of classroom situations with which you deal.
At the end of this course, Behaviour Management for Relief Teachers, you will have better options, more effective strategies and more competent skills to handle disruptive students in your classrooms.
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 4.2 and 4.3
This course contributes to 2 professional development hours.
Behaviour management for relief teachers may be logged as 2 hours of NESA Elective PD.
Suggested descriptors: 4.2.2, 4.3.2