There are ten key emotional needs that all human beings have. Name three.
Sadness, Loneliness, Strength
Happiness, Freedom, Power
Acceptance, Encouragement, Respect
Why is Classroom Management important?
Reduce disruptive behaviour later on
Creates healthy learning environment
All of the above
Consistency is important especially in classroom management because
it creates a sense of order for the child
there is too much work to keep changing
helps a teacher to grow
it is easier for any teacher to keep up with the class if substitution is needed
A child keeps rocking their chair back and forth in class. This tells me that the child is
Why do children misbehave? (Check as many answer as you can)
To gain attention
To understand children's behaviour and respond appropriately, we must understand how children...
Which three actions would you associate with positive behaviour?
Being boisterous, relying on others and playing outside
Helping/comforting each other, complying with adult requests, being polite
Arriving on time, washing the cups after snack, smiling all day
Environments influence a child's behaviour...
Which kind of environment promotes positive behaviour?
One with a large open space with lots of open resources to share
One that is bright and colourful with lots of children's work displayed
One that responds to children's needs and supports effective adult and child interactions
Understanding what is appropriate behaviour is dependent upon...
The physical maturation, developmental stage and the abilities of the child
The adult, the environment in which the child lives and the child's age
How many resources are available, the environment and the parents' upbringing
Is empathy developed naturally or is it learnt?
Children naturally show empathy from the age of 5
Children learn empathy from adults
It is important to NOT interfere with how parents manage their own children's behaviour at home.
Which of the following statements does not constitute empathy?
Feeling sorrow or pity for someone's troubles
Putting yourself in the shoes of another, understanding how they feel
If behaviour strategies aren't working, what should you do?
Try and ignore the behaviour and hope it will stop soon
Speak to other staff in your school to get advice
Ask to be moved to another class
Which educational writer gives lots of tips on behaviour?
Consequences to inappropriate behaviours should be:
Erratic with high impact
Varied to keep the students on their toes
Logical and consistent
True or false: Only teaching staff are responsible for managing behaviours
Key factor in managing challenging behaviours is to
think it is Ok to take it personally
talk about the child' behaviour in front of them
confront the child