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Supporting children with behaviour issues in the classroom

Author: Sarah Carr
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2017.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Carr, Sarah, 1966-
Supporting children with behaviour issues in the classroom.
New York : Routledge, 2017
(DLC) 2016007404
(OCoLC)952226537
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Carr
ISBN: 9781317202004 1317202007
OCLC Number: 953842682
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Machine generated contents note: SECTION 1 Legislation and guidance --
1.Legislation and DfE guidance --
2.Discipline in schools --
teachers' powers and the use of reasonable force --
SECTION 2 Whole-school approaches --
3.Whole-school thinking --
4.Whole-school issues --
5.Developing a behaviour policy --
6.Restorative Practices --
SECTION 3 Putting policies into practice to create a positive learning environment --
7.Providing a positive learning environment: early years --
8.Providing an effective learning environment: primary and secondary provision --
9.Lesson activity and delivery --
10.Communication --
11.Creating a positive environment --
12.Play/breaktimes and lunchtimes --
13.Gender difference --
SECTION 4 Support staff --
14.Support staff: working in the classroom --
15.Support staff: guidelines for working with pupils --
SECTION 5 Pupils and parents --
16.The voice of the pupil --
17.Developing self-esteem --
18.Developing peer relationships Note continued: 19.Ways to develop good relationships between pupils and staff --
20.Anti-bullying --
21.Working with parents --
SECTION 6 Approaches and Interventions for pupils who require an individual response --
22.Observing the pupil --
23.Behaviour modification --
24.Personal Support Plan (PSP) --
25.Coping with a violent incident --
SECTION 7 Underlying factors --
26.Supporting pupils' mental health --
27.Developing resilience --
28.Depression --
29.Conduct disorder --
30.Self-harm --
31.Eating disorders --
32.Attachment disorder --
33.Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) --
34.Attention-seeking behaviour --
35.Autism --
SECTION 8 Continuing Professional Development --
36.Planning for Continuing Professional Development --
37.Evaluating and following up on Continuing Professional Development --
References --
Appendices --
1.Elements of a positive behaviour policy --
2.Example of a behaviour policy: primary school Note continued: 3.Example of a behaviour policy: secondary school --
4.Guidance policy for enhancing community relationships and learning for a school with Restorative Practice (behaviour policy) --
5.A sample pupil incident form --
6.One school's staged framework to manage behaviour.
Responsibility: Sarah Carr, Susan Coulter, Elizabeth Morling, Rebecca Smith.

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