Understanding Challenging Behaviour in Inclusive Classrooms
By Colin Lever
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
291 pages, Illustrated
$52.50 Paper Original
It is no great secret that managing disruptive behaviour in any classroom, from infants to sixth form, is one of the most stressful aspects of teaching. Rules and sanctions can be effective up to a point, but often fail to take into consideration individual differences in children and the difficulties they might be experiencing in their school or home life.
In his new book, Colin Lever uses real children’s voices to help you begin to understand why children might behave in the way that they do, offering ideas and strategies to help prevent challenging behaviour occurring in the first place.
Whether it serves as a reference manual, a useful checklist or as an aide to help you plan and prepare for your lessons, this book should be essential reading for every teacher.
Creating the inclusive classroom
1. Planning for behaviour
2. Handling unrest
3. How to build positive relationships with students
Management of behaviour in the Inclusive Classroom
5. Autistic Spectrum and Complex Needs
6. Anger management
7. Dyslexia (readability tests)
9. Cognitive ability
11 Low self-esteem
12. Attachment disorders
16. Eating disorders
Pro-active management and leadership
17. Developing an ethos
18. Organising and planning
19. Creating a behaviour management team
20. Policies and procedures
21. Departmental management
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