Wednesday 3rd November 10:00am - 4:00pm – Category: Training Courses
Gain simple, practical and realistic strategies to diffuse low level disruption in the classroom quickly and effectively with this workshop delivered by Jason Bangbala.
The session runs from 10am to 4pm and takes place in our training room at Windsor Academy Trust, Trinity Point, High Street, Halesowen, B63 3HY.
During this fun, down to earth, no-nonsense and interactive workshop, you will be provided with a whole toolkit of simple, practical and realistic strategies. These can be implemented the very next day, in your own practice and shared across the whole school to de-escalate and diffuse any low level inappropriate behaviour quickly, effectively and in a non-confrontational fashion.
You will be provided with a complete range of practical, individual and proactive strategies to create a positive and purposeful learning environment.
You will be equipped and empowered to put into your own practice the key principles of developing outstanding behaviour, including:
This course is tailored for all early career teachers (years 1 and 2).
It was a fantastic session and I still use the behaviour management strategies today to help manage low level disruption, such as providing a choice to the students!
The session improved my confidence challenging low level disruption in lessons and highlighted the importance of fostering positive relationships with students.
Jason Bangbala was brilliant and very insightful - I would absolutely recommend the course
Lunch is included.
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Jason Bangbala is a leading Educational Consultant, delivering practical, interactive and highly engaging training with a particular specialism around Behaviour Management.
Before setting up his own training and consultancy business Jason was a highly successful classroom teacher and Senior Manager in Secondary Education. His teaching experience has been based on working in challenging areas, challenging schools and with challenging pupils.