By providing a thorough grounding in the theory behind behavior management, followed by suggestions for successful strategies to use in the classroom, The Complete Guide to Behaviour for Teaching Assistants and Support Staff gives the reader the confidence to manage the challenging behavior of children and young people in educational contexts. further reading

Intervention Approaches

Intervention approaches

This chapter begins by focusing on dealing with disruptive behaviour and by the end of the chapter you will have a better understanding of your values and beliefs and how they might be categorised into three approaches to intervention. It begins with a self-assessment of your skills before an engagement withyourvalues andyourbeliefs through a questionnaire based upon making choices about classroom scenarios and more general beliefs about pupils. The three approaches - system, negotiation and relationship - are briefly described prior to a case study of how one secondary school, the TAs in early years contexts and care staff in a special school responded to the questionnaire.

Values and Beliefs

This chapter encourages you to build on the process of an in-depth self-assessment of ...

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