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I cannot speak highly enough of Classroom Behaviour. All educators will identify with the situations Bill describes. He does not duck the realities in today’s schools and classrooms. He provides clear guidance for putting professional integrity and emotional literacy into practice from early, minimal intervention to responding to the most difficult student and the most challenging situation.
Now in its third edition, Classroom Behaviour owes much of its success to the realism of its scenarios and case studies, and the lessons and advice that the author draws from them. He gives us forensic deconstruction and analysis, often with dialogue, of every conceivable classroom issue, challenge and potential crisis. There is much on language - tone, choice of words, and body language - reminding us just how easily we can undermine our intentions by the way we convey them.
The scenarios are real and relatable, the feelings and reflections honest, and the problem-solving strategies and interventions realistic. All teachers, teacher-researchers, professional leaders, and educationalists will benefit from contemplating and putting into practice the suggestions and guidance in this book and their students and colleagues may thank them too.
Recommendation from previous tutor.
It is a fairly idiosyncratic approach which is liked by some trainees but not respected by others.
All the necessary information you need to start your teaching career
Essential reading for HE students in their second year of a foundation degree. Clear links to practice to support classroom management and behaviour support for a range of children's needs.
This book is written very clearly in simple terms with great guidance on how to handle almost any situation. I have found the advice easy to follow and use. I would thoroughly recommend this book for anyone working within teaching or with people in almost any situation.
Accessible language and style suitable for trainee teachers, NQTs and beyond. Pertinent to EYFS focus as part of the programme.
Sensible and practical advice from Bill Rogers, as expected from his previous texts. Doesn't disappoint.
As student teachers the fear of engaging a class of 30 children is daunting. This book offers ideas, strategies and the reasoning behind these to support and build knowledge and understanding as well as expertise.
Clearly written, accessible and suitable for undergraduate as well as PG students.
Excellent text, a must read for teachers in training
An excellent revised edition of a practical guide to support behaviour management.
An excellent manual on classroom behaviour
Really good content and useful tips
Bill Rogers' work was recommended and useful to me as a trainee teacher, now, as a teacher educator, I would definitely recommend that all trainees had access to a copy of this book to support them with different situations as they arise during their training and throughout their career. The chapters are written in a way that can be dipped into as and when a situation arises and referred to as and when needed.
This book offers good practical advise and strategies that will be of benefit in successfully managing behaviour in the classroom. It offers a good insight especially to new teachers and parts of the book would also be helpful to students to help them to understand why boundaries are important.
Clear and comprehensive. Lots of excellent practical ideas for improving behaviour for learning.
Bill Rogers Classroom Behaviour provides a comprehensive overview of considerations with regards to understanding pupil behaviour.
Such considerations are useful in developing an understanding of the potential complexity of classroom behaviour due a number of influences.
The use of case examples are particularly powerful in demonstrating how situations that may be challenging can be resolved effectively. Reference to additional literature and research informed practice provide additional examples of useful further reading to broaden understanding.
Rogers provides clear strategies for teachers on how to manage the learning environment and improve behaviour. an essential read for those taking the DET Classroom Management optional unit and for new and experienced teachers wishing to improve their practice.
Learners need more and more support in the classroom to deal with challenging behavior and this book will help them out its full of lots of practical ideas and an essential starting point for trainees