Behaviour2Learn

  1. A series of converstations between colleagues from Tung Wan Mok Law Shui Wah School (東灣莫羅瑞華學校) reveal some important messages and advice concerning the role of teachers in promoting positive behaviour.

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  2. A series of converstations between colleagues from LST Yeung Chung Ming Primary School (樂善堂楊仲明學校) reveal some important messages and advice concerning the role of teachers in promoting positive behaviour.

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  3. Young people are influenced by their surroundings and at the Priestnall School in Stockport they look at how they empower and support the young people to make better options and choices in life. This film looks at how people become themselves in particular using dance, music and art to express themselves.

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  4. John Bayley is best known for featuring in more than sixty programs in the regular spot "Teaching with Bayley" on Teachers TV. He is an experienced teacher and a skilled mentor. OFSTED described his leadership of the Learning Support Service & Pupil Referral Unit in Southwark as "outstanding". John has led school improvement programmes in hundreds of schools and colleges.

    John talks generally about schools facing 'challenging circumstances' and provides a summary of some of the issues that challenge teachers in such places. In part this is to do with the professional culture and 'ethos' in such places. He also highlights the ways in which pupils sometimes interpret the meaning of school rules differently to adults.

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  5. The Collegiate Centre for Values Education for Life has been working with young people who are at risk of social exclusion for the last sixteen years.

    For the last nine years it has been operating a small independent Special School based in Birmingham, West Midlands. The school provides full time education for up to forty young people at Key Stage 4 who are experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

    This film provides an insight into the ways in which specialist provision for pupils who have been excluded from mainstream schools. It offers several ideas which may well be transferable to your own teaching.

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Behaviour2Learn

Behaviour2Learn

Welcome to the Behaviour2Learn channel, where you'll find films focusing upon establishing positive relationships in learning between pupils, teachers, parents and other professionals.

The resources on this channel are mainly intended to assist trainee…


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Welcome to the Behaviour2Learn channel, where you'll find films focusing upon establishing positive relationships in learning between pupils, teachers, parents and other professionals.

The resources on this channel are mainly intended to assist trainee teachers and teachers in developing positive attitudes and approaches to pupils in the classroom.

As the name suggests, we are trying to establish in the minds of new teachers the importance of linking the behaviour of pupils with the learning that they do. Quite simply, we believe that if teachers offer relevant, stimulating lesson content delivered in an environment where there is a mutually respectful relationship between them and their pupils, fewer problems relating to behaviour will occur.

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