Bill Rogers is back for another exclusive UK lecture tour for six weeks in January and February 2014.
Earlier this year, this inspirational speaker and respected authority on behaviour management lectured up and down the UK.
His approach is always practical, realistic and entertaining – always reflecting the day-to-day challenges of our profession. Bill works in challenging schools (in Australia) as: a mentor-coach; team-teaching in classrooms; and working with challenging children and classroom groups.
His work is well known for its practical and positive commitment to practices and skills that enable teachers to build co-operative learning communities.
In this 2014 lecture tour, Bill will share his commitment to positive behaviour management and discipline from the early years to secondary level; from the individual needs and challenges of teachers to whole-school approaches.
Bill is an education consultant who works in Australia, the UK (Ireland) and Europe. His work covers the whole spectrum of education – from the early years to tertiary.
He is a Fellow of the Australian College of Education, an Honorary Life Fellow of All Saints and Trinity College (Leeds University) and is currently an Honorary Fellow of Melbourne University : school of Graduate Education (where he teaches for the Teach For Australia programme).
Since 1988 (where he gave evidence to the Elton Committee on Discipline in UK Schools) he has visited many, many times. He has received a number of awards in education.
He is the author of a number of books on: discipline; behaviour management; colleague support; whole-school approaches to behaviour and discipline; early years education; and teacher welfare and teacher stress.
A number of his books have been translated into Danish, Polish, Estonian, Portuguese, Indonesian, Chinese and German.
Osiris is delighted to have secured another exclusive tour with this inspirational and respected Educational leader.
So, back by popular demand. Places are now available on three courses early next year; we’re expecting them to go quickly!
“Really compelling, human, warm, helpful and with a welcome touch of realism.”
Ruth Brock, Stebon Primary School
“Superb presentation, fabulous and most inspiring.”
Richard Knowles, Orchard School
“Brilliant – inspirational, knowledgeable, great sense of humour”
Phil Veale, Park Community School