How to Manage Behaviour in Further Education

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Dave Vizard

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    About the Author

    Dave Vizard is an independent consultant who regularly trains lecturers, teachers and support workers around the country on behaviour management. His years of experience in the field translate into realistic, and frequently entertaining, advice.

    Dave has worked at Plymouth University on the foundation degree and trains extensively throughout the UK in FE colleges. He has had 39 years of experience in education in a variety of settings. He has also trained trainers for the Learning and Skills Network (formerly the Learning and Skills Development Agency) in Behaviour Management. Dave has set up his own consultancy company, Behaviour Solutions, to provide staff training and development for schools and FE colleges.

    For more information about other publications by the author, a free newsletter, and information about quality staff development provided by Behaviour Solutions, visit Dave's website at http://www.behavioursolutions.com

    Acknowledgements

    Thanks to my family, Annwyn, Emma and Tim, for all their support, and in particular to my wife Annwyn who gave me so much encouragement and help in producing this book and without whose support none of this would have been possible. Special thanks should also be extended to all the staff in the Further Education Colleges with whom I have worked over many years and in particular to:

    • Lee Hughes
    • Pamela Willerton (Community Based First Aid and Resilience, Devon)
    • Adrian Turnpenny (Doncaster College)
    • Helen Colledge (Petroc, Barnstaple)
    • Sam Booth (Petroc, Barnstaple)
    • Gordon Finlay (Bicton College)
    • Perwez Iqbal (City College, Birmingham)
  • References and Further Reading

    Berry, I. (2003) ALITE Newsletter (November). Available at http://www.alite.co.uk/newsletters/2003/november.htm (accessed 12 October 2006).
    Besag, V. (2006) Understanding Girls' Friendships, Fights and Feuds: A Practical Approach to Girls' Bullying. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
    Blakemore, S. and Frith, U. (2005) The Learning Brain: Lessons for Education. Oxford: Blackwell.
    Borg, J. (2008) Body Language. Harlow: Pearson Education.
    Chandler, J. (2006) Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder (CD) in Children and Adolescents: Diagnosis and Treatment. Available at http://www.klis.com/chandler/pamphlet/oddcd/oddcdpamphlet.htm (accessed 13 April 2006).
    Churches, R. and Terry, R. (2007) NLP for Teachers. Carmarthen: Crown House.
    Collett, P. (2004) The Book of Tells. London: Bantam.
    DCSF (2009) Gangs and Group Offending: Guidance for Schools. London: HMSO.
    DCSF / Home Office (2010) Safeguarding Children and Young People who may be Affected by Gang Activity. London: HMSO.
    DfE (2010a) Green Paper on Special Education Needs and Disabilities (March), Sarah Teather, Children's Minister. London: HMSO.
    DfE (2010b) Children with Special Education Needs 2010: An Analysis. Available at https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Pagel/DFE-00553-2010 (accessed 30 November 2011).
    DfES (2006) Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education. Notts: DfES.
    Diprose, J. and Burge, N. (2003) Syndromes and Disorders. South Devon: Care Consultancy.
    Eccles, L. (2010) Angry young girls', Daily Mail, 29 November.
    Elliott, M. (2005) Bullying Pocketbook. Arlesford: Teachers Pocketbooks.
    Elliott, M. and Kilpatrick, J. (1994) How to Stop Bullying: A KidscapeTraining Guide. London: Kidscape.
    Feinstein, J. and Kuumba, N.I. (2006) A Toolkit for Resolving Group Conflict. London: Jessica Kingsley.
    Fisher, M. (2005) Beating Anger. London: Random House/Rider.
    Food Standards Agency (2006) Drinking Enough? Available at http://www.eatwell.gov.uk/healthydiet/nutritionessentials/drinks/drinkingenough (accessed 14 December 2006).
    Frieman, B. (2001) What Teachers Need to Know About Children at Risk. New York: McGraw-Hill.
    Gardner, H. and Hatch, T. (1989) ‘Multiple intelligences go to school: educational implications of the theory of multiple intelligences’, Educational Researcher, 18 (8): 4–9.
    George, B. (1995) Gifted Education: Identification and Process. London: David Fulton.
    Ginott, H. (1972) Teacher and Child. New York: Macmillan.
    Greenfield, S. (2007) Times Educational Supplement Magazine (12 January). Source NHS Info Centre (2006).
    Hall, E.T. (1959) The Silent Language. New York: Doubleday.
    Home Office (2011) Gangs, You and Your Child. Available at http://www.direct.gov.uk/gangs
    Jackson, C. (2004) Ladette Culture on the Increase in the Classroom. Available at http://news.lancs.ac.uk/Web/News/Pages/D9A0525F9BC3430B80256F1000448601.aspx (accessed 22 July 2011).
    Jackson, C. (2006) ‘Lads’ and ‘Ladettes’ in School: Gender and a Fear of Failure. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
    James, J. (2008) The Body Language Bible. Reading: Ebury.
    Jensen, E. (2005) ‘Highly effective strategies for managing AD/HD’, Brain Store Teaching Tip of the Month (Newsletter – April). Available at http://www.thebrainstore.com (accessed 7 May 2005).
    Kuhne, M., Schachar, R. and Tannock, R. (1997) ‘Impact of comorbid oppositional or conduct problems on Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 36 (12): 1715–1725. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/00004583-199712000-00020
    Kuhnke, E. (2007) Body Language for Dummies. Chichester: Wiley.
    Lee, C. (2004) Preventing Bullying in Schools. London: PCP.
    Lee, J. (1993) Facing the Fire. New York: Bantam.
    Long, R. and Fogell, J. (1999) Supporting Pupils with Emotional Difficulties: Creating a Caring Environment for All. London: David Fulton.
    Lowenstein, L. (1978) ‘Who is the bully?’, Bulletin of British Psychological Society, 31: 147–149.
    Mahony, T. (2007) Making Your Words Work. Carmarthen: Crown House.
    Marland, M. (2001) ‘School management and pupil care’, Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, 19 (4): 25–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1468-0122.00209
    Mathieson, K. and Price, M. (2002) Better Behaviour in Classrooms: A Framework for Inclusive Behaviour Management. London: Routledge/Falmer. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780203278666
    Mehrabian, A. (1981) Silent Messages: Implicit Communication of Emotions and Attitudes. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
    Moore, D. (2006) ‘Education and Skills Committee – Minutes of Evidence: Oral Responses to Questions 1–47’. Available at http://www.publications.parliament.uk (accessed 10 May 2006).
    National Association of Pastoral Care in Education (2005) ‘Bullying and bystander behaviour in schools’, NAPCE Journal, 23 (2).
    Northern, S. (2004) ‘A rotten way to feed the children’, Times Educational Supplement, 16 April.
    O'Regan, F. (2002) How to Teach and Manage Children with ADHD. Wisbech: LDA
    Osier, A., Street, C., Lall, M. and Vincent, K. (2002) Not a Problem? Girls and School Exclusion. London: National Children's Bureau.
    Pease, A. (2000) Body Language: How to Read Others' Thoughts by their Gestures. London: Sheldon.
    Pease, A. and Pease, B. (2002) Why Men Lie and Women Cry. London: Orion.
    Prashnig, B. (2006) Learning Styles in Action. London: Network Educational.
    Ready, R. and Burton, K. (2004) NLP for Dummies. Chichester: Wiley.
    Ribbens, G. and Thompson, R. (2002) Body Language in a Week. Abingdon: Hodder and Stoughton.
    Rigby, K. (2002) New Perspectives on Bullying. London: Jessica Kingsley.
    Roffey, S. (2004) The New Teacher's Guide to Behaviour. London: Paul Chapman.
    Rogers, B. (2004) Cracking the Challenging Class. Notes to DVD. Hendon: Books Education.
    Schmidt, T. (1993) Anger Management and Violence Prevention: A Group Activities Manual for Middle and High School Students. Boston: Johnson Institute.
    The Children's Society (2008) Good Childhood Inquiry. Available at http://www.childrenssociety.org.uk
    Tuckman, B. (1965) Developing Sequence in Small Groups. Available at http://www.in-fed.org/thinkers/tuckman.htm
    Tyrer, R. et al. (2004) A Toolkit for the Effective Teaching Assistant. London: Paul Chapman Publishing/Sage.
    Vizard, D. (2003) Behaviour Solutions for NQTs. Available at http://www.behavioursolutions.com
    Vizard, D. (2004a) Fuel for Thought. Available at http://www.behavioursolutions.com
    Vizard, D. (2004b) Teaching 14–16 Year Olds in Colleges of Further Education. Available at http://www.behavioursolutions. com
    Vizard, D. (2006) A Guide to Syndromes and Conditions. Available at http://www.behavioursolutions.com
    Vizard, D. (2009) Meeting the Needs of Disaffected Students. London: Network Continuum.
    Vizard, D. (2010) A Guide to More Syndromes and Conditions. Available at http://www.behavioursolutions.com
    Wallis, C. (2004) ‘What makes teens tick?’, Time Magazine, 7 June, pp. 54–61.
    Watkins, C. (1999) Managing Classroom Behaviour: From Research to Diagnosis. London: Institute of Education, University of London.
    Wolf, A. (2011) Wolf Review of 14–19 Vocational Education (March), Professor Alison Wolf. London: DfE.
    Wyatt, P. (2002) ‘The rise of the alpha girls’, Mail on Sunday, 24 March.

    Useful Websites

    Starter Activities/Ideas

    http://www.emc.cmich.edu/BrainBreaks/

    http://www.mathisfun.net/magic.htm

    http://www.ta-tutor.com – a Transactional Analysis website with puzzles e.g. Dingbats

    Brain Break Ideas

    http://www.braingym.org

    http://www.brainbreaks.co.uk – free brain breaks and starter activities from Dave Vizard

    http://www.quizardry.com

    Other Useful Websites

    http://www.behavioursolutions.com – articles and free newsletters on behaviour management issues

    http://www.jlcbrain.com – Eric Jensen's Brain Learning website

    http://www.kidscape.org.uk – a useful site on bullying

    http://www.clc.co.nz – unique learner profiles, the website of Barbara Prashnig


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