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Before the start of the new school year, the welfare coordinator of a school’s senior campus leads a professional learning session on behavior management principles and processes. In the session, the coordinator emphasises the importance of following agreed principles. He discusses with staff hypothetical scenarios relating to classroom management and invites responses to how they might respond to these.
The school is a co-educational Christian school in regional New South Wales. At the school, there is a strong professional learning culture. On the senior campus (years 9–12), provision has been made by school management for new teachers to receive targeted professional support before the beginning of the new school year. The workshop is designed to introduce new teachers to agreed principles, potential scenarios and school processes.
  • What successful behaviour management strategies have you shared with colleagues?
  • How do you support colleagues to develop and implement behaviour management plans to build longer-term change in individual students?
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Offline package - Manage challenging behaviour