7 habits of highly effective behaviour management – PP6

Paul Dix
Paul Dix
Kevin Mulryne
Kevin Mulryne

This time our topic of the week is the 7 habits of highly effective behaviour management.

This week, Paul and Kevin discuss 7 habits of highly successful behaviour management. Like Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, these habits have the power to help you transform and maintain great behaviour management in your setting.

We also have some great suggestions for habits from listeners which you can see here. Please feel free to add your own!

Paul’s 7 habits:

1. Meet and greet at the door – the best early intervention in behaviour management is at the door.

2. Catch students doing the right thing – nobody wants insincere praise and it can be easy to catch children doing the wrong thing so develop the ability to catch those more challenging students doing the right thing.

3. Deal with poor behaviour privately and calmly – avoid as much as possible the public humiliation or public sanctioning of students

4. Relentlessly build mutual trust – the relationship you have with students sustains you and carries on into the future.

5. Directly teach the behaviours and learning attitudes you want to see – have a plan so that you know the behaviours you are trying to teach and the students know what behaviours they are trying to learn.

Read the rest of the show notes on the Pivotal Education site.

What would you like to hear covered in forthcoming episodes? Let us know by emailing podcast@pivotaleducation.com


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