What is this strategy about?
As soon as instruction stops, learning stops. Use subtle tactics instead to make sure your pupils are continuing to learn and off-task behaviour is corrected.
How does behaviour affect learning?
Disruptive behaviour is a barrier to learning. It can distract and cause interruptions to the teacher other pupils as it takes the teacher's attention from the rest of the class.
What are behavioural interventions?
Behavioural interventions aim to teach and reinforce good behaviour while preventing bad behaviour. To help children who struggle to behave, schools can put a formal plan in place.
Choose this strategy if you want to...
- Maximise teaching time by minimising “drama” from pupils
- Use subtle tactics to correct off-task pupils
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