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Classroom Behaviour

Overview

About the Level 3 Classroom Behaviour Certificate

Pupil behaviour in school is possibly one of the most difficult parts of being a teacher. This course is there to assist people dedicated to teaching spending more time doing just that.

Along theories in challenging behaviour and the latest research in child and class conduct this course also offers practical behaviour management strategies such as creating positive learning environments. It will enable you to model behaviour through rewards, structure and consistency. In the final stage you will understand more about managing conflict and confrontation.

Who should study this course?

A classroom behaviour course would benefit anyone working with children. If you find yourself managing a child or an entire classroom more than teaching, then this is a class for you. Perhaps one of the key skills for a teacher, a teaching assistant or lecturer is to keep the class under control.

This course does not require any previous experience or qualifications. All you need is an interest in child behaviour and classroom management and the motivation to engage in home study.

What happens after the course?

If you wish to develop a deeper understanding of behaviour management in schools, learndirect offer a wide range of courses in child studies: Child Behaviour, Child Psychology, or Developmental, Learning and Behavioural Disorders in Children and Adolescents courses are just a few of the options you may want to consider.

You may already be working as a teacher or a teaching assistant, or you may be teaching children with special educational needs and disabilities. As such, some of the jobs that you could pick from, but are not limited to:

  • Teacher
  • Teaching assistant
  • Child minder

For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 0800 101 901

Modules

Module One - Key theories relating to behaviour, and identification of causes of challenging behaviour

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To explain why children behave in a particular way by looking at key theories.
  • To understand the causes of challenging behaviour.
  • To look at the structure of the brain.
  • To look at the way the brain and its development has an impact on behaviour.

Module Two – The Background – Key research and documents relating to classroom behaviour. Identifying types of behaviour

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To develop an understanding of key research and documents relating to classroom behaviour.
  • To develop an understanding from key research and documents, systems and approaches that are successful in the management of behaviour.
  • To reflect on your own practice through developing and conducting a behaviour audit in your setting.
  • To identify types of classroom behaviour faced by staff.

Module Three – How to make a strong first impression

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To explain how to create a presence and have an initial impact on pupils.
  • To look at the importance of structure and developing rules and routines.
  • To understand the importance of body language and vocal tone.
  • To develop an understanding of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in behaviour management.
  • To identify the language of behaviour management by looking at successful scripts to use.

Module Four – Creating positive learning environments and changing behaviour through use of effective behaviour management strategies

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To understand how teachers can create positive learning environments.
  • To identify the 10Rs of Positive Behaviour Management.
  • To identify the types of rewards that can be used in the classroom.
  • To develop an understanding of the importance of consistency.
  • To look at a range of practical strategies to use to manage behaviour in the classroom.

Module Five – Working with children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To identify the reasons for the increase in numbers of children with SEN.
  • To develop an understanding of systems used for the classification of SEN.
  • To understand current legislation for children with SEN and how this impacts on your work.
  • To look at a range of syndromes and conditions and to identify their key characteristics.
  • To develop an understanding of strategies to use in the classroom to support pupils with syndromes and conditions.

Module Six – Managing Conflict and Confrontation

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To understand the causes of conflict, confrontation and anger.
  • To explain the key phases in the anger cycle.
  • To develop an understanding of how pupils express their anger.
  • To look at general strategies we can use to reduce conflict, confrontation and anger in the classroom.

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

About the Level 3 Classroom Behaviour Certificate

Pupil behaviour in school is possibly one of the most difficult parts of being a teacher. This course is there to assist people dedicated to teaching spending more time doing just that.

Along theories in challenging behaviour and the latest research in child and class conduct this course also offers practical behaviour management strategies such as creating positive learning environments. It will enable you to model behaviour through rewards, structure and consistency. In the final stage you will understand more about managing conflict and confrontation.

Who should study this course?

A classroom behaviour course would benefit anyone working with children. If you find yourself managing a child or an entire classroom more than teaching, then this is a class for you. Perhaps one of the key skills for a teacher, a teaching assistant or lecturer is to keep the class under control.

This course does not require any previous experience or qualifications. All you need is an interest in child behaviour and classroom management and the motivation to engage in home study.

What happens after the course?

If you wish to develop a deeper understanding of behaviour management in schools, learndirect offer a wide range of courses in child studies: Child Behaviour, Child Psychology, or Developmental, Learning and Behavioural Disorders in Children and Adolescents courses are just a few of the options you may want to consider.

You may already be working as a teacher or a teaching assistant, or you may be teaching children with special educational needs and disabilities. As such, some of the jobs that you could pick from, but are not limited to:

  • Teacher
  • Teaching assistant
  • Child minder

For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 0800 101 901

Modules

Module One - Key theories relating to behaviour, and identification of causes of challenging behaviour

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To explain why children behave in a particular way by looking at key theories.
  • To understand the causes of challenging behaviour.
  • To look at the structure of the brain.
  • To look at the way the brain and its development has an impact on behaviour.

Module Two – The Background – Key research and documents relating to classroom behaviour. Identifying types of behaviour

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To develop an understanding of key research and documents relating to classroom behaviour.
  • To develop an understanding from key research and documents, systems and approaches that are successful in the management of behaviour.
  • To reflect on your own practice through developing and conducting a behaviour audit in your setting.
  • To identify types of classroom behaviour faced by staff.

Module Three – How to make a strong first impression

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To explain how to create a presence and have an initial impact on pupils.
  • To look at the importance of structure and developing rules and routines.
  • To understand the importance of body language and vocal tone.
  • To develop an understanding of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in behaviour management.
  • To identify the language of behaviour management by looking at successful scripts to use.

Module Four – Creating positive learning environments and changing behaviour through use of effective behaviour management strategies

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To understand how teachers can create positive learning environments.
  • To identify the 10Rs of Positive Behaviour Management.
  • To identify the types of rewards that can be used in the classroom.
  • To develop an understanding of the importance of consistency.
  • To look at a range of practical strategies to use to manage behaviour in the classroom.

Module Five – Working with children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To identify the reasons for the increase in numbers of children with SEN.
  • To develop an understanding of systems used for the classification of SEN.
  • To understand current legislation for children with SEN and how this impacts on your work.
  • To look at a range of syndromes and conditions and to identify their key characteristics.
  • To develop an understanding of strategies to use in the classroom to support pupils with syndromes and conditions.

Module Six – Managing Conflict and Confrontation

The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:

  • To understand the causes of conflict, confrontation and anger.
  • To explain the key phases in the anger cycle.
  • To develop an understanding of how pupils express their anger.
  • To look at general strategies we can use to reduce conflict, confrontation and anger in the classroom.

Requirements

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

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