๐Ÿ“‘ Bill Rogers and Behaviour Management

Bookmarked Behaviour Management: A Bill Rogers Top 10 (teacherhead)
The series titles give a flavour of the Bill Rogers approach: Positive Correction: the basic premise that teachers and schools should adopt a non-confrontational approach to discipline, based on positive teacher-student relationships, respect for the dignity and rights of individuals, choices about consequences of behaviour and encouragement for student self-discipline. Prevention: planning for good behaviour; teaching the routines and the rules. Consequences: have a clear structure that students understand and use to inform the choices they make. Repair & Rebuild: the imperative to work hard to build and repair the damage that is done when things donโ€™t work out.
Tom Sherrington breaks down Rogers main ideas, including positive language, take up time and partial agreement. This post offers a useful overview and an important provocation.

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