Do Feral Students make a disaster of your teaching day?
Do you finish your teaching day hoping that it will be your LAST?
Are feral students ruining your planned learning activities?
Every classroom teacher on this planet knows that feral students are disruptive and unless you have a plan, you are pretty much wasting your time. Feral students can disrupt your day and the removes possibility that learning will ever occur in your classroom. If you don't know how to manage feral students you are in POTENTIAL CAREER ENDING position.
You want learning to occur but feral students are disrupting everything.
Learn how to stop feral students from wrecking your classroom.
You will LEARN ...
You NEED ANSWERS.
How to Manage the Feral Class is written in politically incorrect language for the classroom teacher. It is time to call misbehaviour for what it is - MISBEHAVIOUR. The focus of How to Manage the Feral class is CLASSROOM PRACTICE. Theory does not dominate practice. This is written for the classroom practitioner.
There has never been a more important time for teachers to manage feral students and give power back to the students who want to learn and the teacher who wants to teach
If you allow feral students to rule your classrooms, you are doing a GROSS DISSERVICE to those students who want to learn.
Table of Contents
A PLAN for YOUR CLASSROOM.
MANAGING THE FERAL CLASS
Learn tried and tested strategies.
Keep the focus on teaching and take the disruptive power away from feral students.
Allow the power to shift from the feral students to the students who want to learn.
Become a teacher again rather than a zoo keeper. Keep feral students in check.
Manage feral behaviour with tried and tested techniques.
Take the power back from the feral students.
This is Where YOUR Classroom Problems End and YOUR Solutions START
Learn How to Manage the Feral Class.
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STAGES OF STUDENT BEHAVIOUR
You wouldn't teach a math skill that students are not ready for.
Stages of Student Behaviour outlines the key growth areas of Behaviour. Learn the key aspects of Student Behaviour and the stages students move through.
Learn why different students need different strategies and different time.
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BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT IN THE CLASSROOM
Teaching would be so easy if students' moral compass pointed the same way as yours.
Learn the role of the moral compass in determining behaviour.
Master the skills to use the moral compass to your advantage and improve student behaviour in your classroom.
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DAILY RITUALS FOR STAYING MOTIVATED
Teachers can learn a lot from modern selling theory.
The techniques used to move customers are consistent with how teachers need to move students.
Learn the powerful two-pronged questioning technique of MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING to turn misbehaviour into COMPLIANCE
Master this powerful selling technique to improve student task compliance in your classroom.
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SIX SIMPLE RULES OF POWER
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We can't control all the conditions under which we work however we may control our response and hence our personal power.
These 6 simple rules explain how to improve your personal and professional power base.
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Managing the Feral Class pulls no punches. There is no sense pussy-footing around what is one of the most destructive elements of classroom.
EVERY TEACHER should have THIS.
NOW YOU HAVE.
A 40+ year veteran of the class room.
Started teaching in 1973. Took over his first school as principal in 1979. Retired from full time work in 2010 to work as a part time relief teacher. 32 Years as Principal of small, big, primary, secondary, country, city schools. Runs behaviour management courses for teachers and administrators. Dip T, B Ed, C Dec.
Father of 3, Grandfather of 8 and Husband to 1 for over 40 years. The world's keenest but worst fisherman. Volunteer and active member of Marine Rescue Bribie Island.