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Better Learning, Better Behaviour(?)

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Better learning - better behaviour. G. Head (2005)
What is SEBD?
SEBD are very common and increasing. 10% and 20% of school age children experience SEBD that significantly impairs their social and educational development.
Different forms: acting out, phobic and withdrawn behaviour.
Disrupt classrooms and playgrounds. They are at particular risk of being excluded.
Attitudes to them are often very negative.
Many causes, but social factors almost always play a crucial role in their development.
The prevalence of problems reaches its peak in the adolescent years.


Holistic Approach to SEBD
Introduction and seminar overview

Desired outcome of session

Background to the paper
Learning Intentions
Supporting learners with SEBD
• Metacognition - "thinking about thinking" learning information can become routine through memorising .e.g. thinking out loud or explicit teacher modelling

• Mediational teaching- teacher introduces a reason why children would WANT to learn

• Phrasing of questions, reasoning over ordering

• Content is just as imporant as how the content is delivered

Conclusion
• Identify learners with SEBD


• Distinguish the different external factors which affect SEBD


• Knowledge of how to support learners with SEBD


To highlight the importance of inclusion in the classroom, with particular focus on pupils with SEBD.

To define the term SEBD and note its presence in Scottish classrooms.

To gain knowledge of approaches to managing young people with SEBD, paving the way for better learning and behaviour.

References:
1. SEBD and its overlap with disruptive and anti-social behaviour, mental health difficulties and ADHD (SEBDA 2006).
2. http://www.barnardos.org.uk/sebdeduc.pdf
Nikki Andrews, Susan Gerc, Kirstie Graham, Michael Irwin, Hannah McCulloch & Mhairi Torley
DSM-IV
ACA Council
Bonus Question
$10,000
Diagnosis
References
Weare, Katherine, and Gay Gray. What works in developing children's emotional and social competence and wellbeing?. London: Department for Education and Skills, 2003.
• Defined as work which looks at several aspects of the school, and at the underlying determinants of wellbeing and competence

• Fundamental importance of a holistic approach in understanding and tackling all social issues

• Teachers must work closely with pupils, parents and other adults/professionals and should form relationships with their pupils

• Helping schools to make links

• ‘Whole School’ idea

3 sweeties!!!

You’ve just won some sweeties!!

Question 6

Question 5

Question 2

Question 1

Thanks for playing!

Question 3

Which of the following
affects behaviour?

Which of the following
affects behaviour?

Which of these is an
example of SEBD?

What does SEBD stand
for?

How many UCAS points
did you need for this
course?

What does SEBD stand for?

A Serious Excitement for Bargain Deals

B Seriously Exhausting Behavioural Delusions

C Society Exclusive to Beer Drinkers

D Social, Emotional or Behavioural Difficulties

Who wrote the paper 'Better learning- Better behaviour?'

How many series of
Breaking Bad
are there?

How many UCAS points
did you need for this course?

A 360


B 580


C 220


D I have no idea, please help me Heather!?

Question 1
How many series of Breaking Bad are there?
A
3
B
4
C
5
D
8
A
3
B
4
C
5
D
6
How many series of Breaking Bad are there?
1 sweet
Question 2
Who wrote the paper
'Better Learning, Better Behaviour?'
A
G.Head
B
A. McLean
C
H. MacDonald
D
P. Blatchford
A
G. Head
B
A. McLean
C
H. MacDonald
D
P. Blatchford
2 Sweeties
Question 3
What does SEBD stand for?
A Serious Excitement for Bargain Deals
C Society Exclusive to Beer Drinkers
D Social Emotional or Behavioural Difficulties
B Seriously Exhausting Behavioural Delusions
Question 4
A
Depression

B
Autism

C
ADHD

D
All of the above

Which of these is an
example of SEBD?

A Depression

B Autism

C ADHD

D All of the above

Welcome!
Over to you...
1. Having been on placement for the last two weeks, can you reflect on your experience of how behaviour (good or bad) can affect learning in the classroom?


2. Drawing on this, what methods do you think work best with problematic pupils?


3. How confident are you in dealing with SEBD and treating it as a learning difficulty?
Which of these is an
example of SEBD?
Pure satisfaction!
A
Emotional detachment at home

B
Poor diet

C
Lack of relationships

D
All of the above

A
Emotional detachment at home

B
Poor diet

C
Lack of relationships

D
All of the above

We can't give you any more sweeties- your waist will thank us later!
Question 6
A 360


B 580


C 220


D I have no idea, please help me Heather!?

Yay! You got them all right (we hope!)
Thanks for playing!
References
Haywood, H. Carl. "A mediational teaching style." International Journal of Cognitive Education and Mediated Learning 3.1 (1993): 27-38.
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