Opportunities Training Behaviour Management in the Classroom Behaviour Management in the Classroom:‘The Action Hero Teacher’ Saturday 27 July 2019, 10am - 5pmCommunity Music, Brady Arts Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU Only £47 and instalment plans available. This 1 day course from Community Music will help you develop strategies to get the toughest classes under control and improve your composure, confidence and prepare you for any challenge in the classroom. This one day course is perfect for people who have a background in music and the arts, are considering taking a teacher training qualification, newly qualified teachers, teachers who work with students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Social Emotional Mental Health needs (SEMH) and those who would like to continue their development.. This unique one day course is designed for teachers that are on the frontline with solutions that actually work. The course aims to provide you with new ideas and various strategies to deal with disruption, set effective ground rules and boundaries while building rapport to ensure your lessons are productive, engaging, positive and a happy classroom environment. This course has been designed by Karl Pupé who is a current tutor and previous student of Community Music. Karl is a qualified classroom teacher with over eight years’ experience across the primary, secondary and further education sectors. The course follows the strategies based from Karl’s new book “The Action Hero Teacher’ which is available now from Amazon. “Newly trained teachers and those that work in areas with harsh socio-economic conditions can find themselves in classrooms with hostile, disengaged students who won’t listen, disrupt other pupils’ learning and, in some cases, are verbally or physically abusive – even to teachers. This course shows you how to manage this.” - Karl Benefits Of The Course: Identify the four types of students that come into their classrooms Develop strategies to get the toughest classes under control quickly and easily Identify the three most common teaching styles that will turn a classes against you and how to avoid them Learn how to set effective ground rules that students will actually want to follow in minutes Learn how to praise students and critique them without losing any goodwill Learn how to deal with disruption merely using body language and tone of voice Understand how to sanction students’ bad behaviour without destroying the relationship Learn how to deal with severe disruptions and use simple strategies to calm everyone in the classroom Understand how to build rapport and create positive relationships with the most challenging students, preventing flash points and making classrooms safer, happier and more productiveBecome more composed, confident and prepared to deal with any challenge that the classroom may have Book your place on the Community Music website.