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Livia Letteron 15 October 2013
Transcript of Bill Rogers
The Positive Behaviour Leadership Model
1) To maximise the rate of occurrences of positive behaviour
2) Teach students how and why to behave positively
Adopt an intervention framework
Implement classroom meetings
1) Provide colleague support
2) Support behaviour recovery
How effective do you think this theory would be?
Would you use it in your classroom?
In the past 20 year, has contributed to many articles, books and presentations
He is one of the few Australian's to have his own model of behaviour.
During the 1990's and 2000's he researched classroom management, teacher stress and colleague support.
Positive Behaviour Leadership Model
It is based around the social reality of shared social rights and responsibilities
Students, teachers, parents and the school community are all involved in committing to these rights and responsibilities
Joint rights and responsibilities
Minimise unnecessary confrontation and embarrassment
Promote the use of appropriate choices
Communicate expectations in a positive manner
1. Tactical ignoring
2. Non-verbal messages
3. Casual statement or question
4. Simple directions
5. Restatement of the rule
6. Question and feedback
7. Distractions and diversions.
8. Diffusion and deflection
9. Taking the student aside
10. Clear desist or command
11. Physical Intervention
13. In-class statement
14. Blocking statement
15. Giving simple and directed choices
16. "Cool-off" timeout
17. Can i see you?
18. Basic "contracting" or individual behaviour management plans
19. Exit procedures
Issues to Consider
A theoretical social construct rather than a theory
Hard to remember all stratagies
Practical strategies can be missed
1. Establish clear and fair rules
2. Establish related behavioural consequences
3. Develop a positive classroom tone
4. Adopt a decisive teaching style