Take Control of the Off-task Class

Overview of the course
  • Prepare for Ofsted’s 2016 crackdown on off-task behaviour 
  • Expert approaches to tackle low-level disruption 
  • New strategies to deal with: 
    • off-task chat
    • shouting out 
    • daydreaming
    • fidgeting 
    • mobile phone use

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Description

Unpick the most used phrase in Ofsted reports

Define what is meant by ‘off-task’ behaviour

Clarify the latest grade descriptors

Unpick the personal development, behaviour and welfare judgement

 

How to consistently address distracting behaviour

Reveal the motives behind low-level disruption

Apply your school’s behaviour policy consistently

Know when and how to intervene

Form positive but firm relationships with students

Target individual learners without disrupting the whole class

Change your own behaviour to change that of others

 

The most practical and effective classroom tools ever used:

  • Seating plans

  • Good behaviour games 

  • Time targets

  • Behaviour tracking forms

  • Questioning techniques

  • Rules and consequence ideas

Additional information

Course Type

Behaviour & Pastoral

Job Title

Assistant Head Teacher, Deputy Head, Subject Teacher, Teaching Assistant

Key Stage

Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 5

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