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The Positive Behaviour Leadership Model: Bill Rogers

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Transcript of The Positive Behaviour Leadership Model: Bill Rogers

The mastermind...
the Gist...
The Way Rogers
sees it...
It's all based on the
3 R's
:
RIGHTS
RESPECT
RELATIONSHIPS
The 5 Principles...
How to Prevent it...
Establish

CLEAR RULES

within a classroom behaviour agreement
HIS LIFE STORY...
The Positive Behaviour Leadership Model: Bill Rogers
BIll rogers

Currently the adjunt professor of education at
Griffith University
(QLD)


Conducted valuable research into
classroom management
,
teacher stress
and
conflict resolution
among adolescents

Australian College of Education
Excellence in Education Award

He believes that many new teachers are ill-prepared for managing behaviour in the classroom and aims to fill this gap with his
publications
,
presentations
and
consultancy
.
Students:
Bad-Day Syndrome
Tiredness
Behaviour & Learning Disorders
BELONGING
Dignity & Human Rights
Making Decisions = Responsibility
Teacher:
Clear Expectations
Prior Reflection
Forward Planning
Classes are
small communities
of learners and teachers adopt the role of
TEACHER- LEADERS
The aim of discipline is to enable students to:
Be
ACCOUNTABLE
for their own behaviour
RESPECT
the
RIGHTS
of others
Build good
RELATIONSHIPS
with students and teachers
Teachers need to
lead
,
guide
,
support
,
discipline
&
encourage
students
The aim is to achieve
DISCIPLINE
with
DIGNITY
1) EXPRESS JOINT RIGHTS IN THE RULES
Rule-setting discussion at the beginning of the year
Respect
of person, property, place, space & feelings
The right to
learn
without distraction or disruption
The right to feel
safe
All
rights
have corresponding
responsibilities
2) MINIMISE UNNECESSARY CONFRONTATION & EMBARRASSMENT
Embarrassment
is based on
disrespect
Disrespect
&
intimidation
damage
relationships
Teachers should use their power
for
and
with
students, not
over
them

3) PROMOTE THE USE OF APPROPRIATE CHOICES
Teachers display
confidence
in their students
Choose the best option for
themselves
and
the class community

4) DISCIPLINE RESPECTFULLY
Teachers must treat everyone in the
same way
Teachers model how to treat others with
dignity
&
respect
5) COMMUNICATE EXPECTATIONS POSITIVELY
Have
positive
expectations of students
Encourage
them to reach their potential
Develop a

POSITIVE CLASSROOM TONE

Establish related behavioural

CONSEQUENCES
a closer
look...
How to Correct it...
ADOPT AN INTERVENTION FRAMEWORK:
Hierarchy of
corrective strategies
Match the
response
to the
offense
(seriousness)
Respectful
,
co-operative
discipline approach
Cultivate a
POSITIVE
learning community

Adopt a

DECISIVE

teaching style
There are 3 Kinds of teachers in this world...
AUTOCRATIC
Demanding & Hostile
Power & Control
Intimidation & Verbal Abuse
Very Structured
Embarrassment, Sarcasm, Put-Downs
Limited Freedom
Students Harbour Resentment & Rebel
LAissez-faire
Students Have Free Reign... Woohoo!
No Clear Rules
Inconsistent
Anxious About Upsetting Students
Chaos
Wasted Time
Disrupted Learning
Democratic
Know Their Rights
Lead by claiming those rights
Behaviour Management Plan
Clear Rules & Expectations
Fair & Consistent
Logical Consequences
Firm, Supportive, Respectful
Confident
1) Tactical Ignoring

2) Non-Verbal Messages

3) Casual Statement or Question

4) Simple Directions

5) Restatement of Rule

6) Question & Feedback

7) Distractions & Diversions

8) Defusion & Deflection

9) Taking the Student Aside

10) Clear Desist or Command

11) Physical Intervantion

12) I-Statement
13) In-Class Isolation

14) Blocking Statements

15) Giving Simple Directed Choices

16) "Cool-Off" Time Out

17) Can I see you?

18) Basic Contracting/
Individual BM Plans

19) Exit Procedures
an intervention framework...
IMPLEMENT CLASSROOM MEETINGS:
Discuss
rules
,
rights
,
responsibilities
&
consequences
Settle
teacher-student conflict
&
group problems
Everyone gets an
equal
oppportunity to speak
Accept all suggestions
without critism
(given they are not hurtful).
RESOLVE CONFLICT:
Speak in the
present
and address the
problem
, not the
person
Use a
firm
,
low voice
and remain
calm/dispassionate
State what the teacher is
feeling
An independent person may act as a
mediator


School Wide
Strategies...
Teachers and Administration
SUPPORT
Each Other
Support Behaviour Recovery by
TEACHING
&
MODELING
desired behaviour

Implement a
Behaviour Recovery Program
Leading with lollipops...
http://www.viewrz.com/video/leading-with-lollipops-drew-dudley
The effects of Lollipop moments...
TActical Ignoring according to bill...
http://www.viewrz.com/video/bill-rogers-tactical-ignoring
The 'Wizz Fizz' Quiz...
1) What are the 3 R's?
a) Rights, Relevance & Respect
b) Rights, Respect & Relationships
c) Relationships, Reasurrance & Rights
2) What are two ways of PREVENTING misbehaviour?
a) Clear rules and a positive classroom tone
b) A decisive teaching style and no consequences
c) Clear rules and Time-Outs?
3) Rogers advocates that...
a) Rules must outline the Responsibilities of all class members, in accordance with their Rights.
b) Rules are there to protect the rights of the teacher.
c) Students should be able to have free-reign in the classroom, without the restrictions of pre-determined rules.
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