This book provides insights into contemporary issues that inform better behavior management in schools and offers practical advice for improvement through policy, communications, and practice.

Interventions: Principles and Practices

Interventions: Principles and practices

In this chapter the emphasis is upon intervening when disruption is occurring in the classroom, although many of the ideas are also relevant to problems that occur in other areas of the school. The initial focus is on broad ideas such as assertiveness, a different view on conflict and systemic approaches before moving on to the ‘micro’ skills, the responses to disruption as they occur. Here the attention is on staff behaviour and reaction and this is divided into initial, further and final interventions which ultimately lead to exclusion from the classroom.

The significance of action in schools having a theoretical connection, especially if that theory is founded on research into classroom practices, has been underlined in Chapter 2. ...

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