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Download Managing Very Challenging Behaviour: Cracking the Nut (Behaviour Management S.) ePub
  • ISBN 0826485391
  • ISBN13 978-0826485397
  • Language English
  • Author Louisa Leaman
  • Publisher Continuum (November 21, 2005)
  • Pages 168
  • Formats doc mobi docx lrf
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1853 kb
  • Size Fb2 1215 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 807

"This is not a book about general classroom behaviour management. It focuses specifically on dealing with the high-end of challenging behaviour; and explores ways of working with the kind of student that exhibits this behaviour: the kind of student that is often proceeded by their reputation, known for their ability to destroy well-planned lessons in a matter of seconds."From the introductionThis realistic and authoritative guide provides teachers with a range of practical strategies for managing the really tough students in their class. Engaging and uplifting, it should be made obligatory reading for frazzled teachers everywhere.

It focuses specifically on dealing with the high-end of challenging behaviour; and explores ways of working with the kind of student that exhibits this behaviour: the kind of student that is often proceeded by their reputation.

It focuses specifically on dealing with the high-end of challenging behaviour; and explores ways of working with the kind of student that exhibits this behaviour: the kind of student that is often proceeded by their reputation.

Managing Very Challenging Behaviour : Cracking the Nu. This is not a book about general classroom behaviour management.

Managing Very Challenging Behaviour : Cracking the Nut. by Louisa Leaman.

Managing Very Challenging Behaviour provides invaluable support for all professionals tackling extreme .

Managing Very Challenging Behaviour provides invaluable support for all professionals tackling extreme behaviour in primary and secondary schools, including established teachers, SENCOs and NQTs. Packed with strategies for managing low and medium level disruption, as well as higher-level aggression, Louisa provides a comprehensive framework for dealing with the full spectrum of challenging behaviour.

Article written by Louisa Leaman in Education and Health Vo. 3 N. 2005, mentions the book. Louise Leaman is an Advisory Behaviour Support Teacher in East London.

Managing Very Challenging Behaviour book. They are all on the subject of behaviour management in e Louisa Leaman is a writer and behaviour expert based in London UK. In 2004 she won a writing competition in the Times Educational Supplement. This led to a publishing deal with Continuum International Publishing. She has since had four books published. The latest, The Dictionary of Disruption, was published in May 2007. They are all on the subject of behaviour management in education. Books by Louisa Leaman.

Authors : Louisa Leaman. Title: Managing Very Challenging Behaviour. Awarded first prize in the TES New Columnists' competition, she now writes regularly for the TES. Country of Publication. Title : Managing Very Challenging Behaviour. ISBN : 9780826485397. Product Category : Books.

Challenging behaviour also known as behaviours which challenge, is defined as "culturally abnormal behaviour(s) of such intensity, frequency or duration that the physical safety of the person or others is placed in serious jeopardy, or behaviour which is likely to seriously limit or deny.

Ordinarily we would expect the person to have shown the pattern of behaviour that presents such a challenge to services for a considerable period of time.

Although PBS is recommended to manage challenging behaviour, this paper demonstrates the importance of continuous evaluation of behavioural interventions

Although PBS is recommended to manage challenging behaviour, this paper demonstrates the importance of continuous evaluation of behavioural interventions. The main psychological intervention for reducing and managing challenging behaviour in people with ID is Positive Behaviour Support (PBS); (Carr et a. 2002;Allen, 2005).

Challenging behaviours can be when someone physically hurts themselves or others. 4 Sometimes a person will have a Behaviour Management Plan. This plan tells staff and carers what to do if that person becomes upset or unsettled. This might be because they punch, bite or kick people. Page 2 of 5. 3 Challenging behaviours can also be when someone verbally hurts themselves or others. This might be because they shout, swear, bully people or use bad words which are racist, sexist or insulting. It also tells staff the best way to support them to make sure they are treated fairly and with dignity and respect.