Managing Behaviour and Disruption in Remote Education | Secondary

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This webinar will provide school leaders, headteachers, senior leads and teachers with practical guidance on preventing and managing specific behavioural issues associated with virtual classrooms for the provision of effective remote education.

The DfE’s Guidance for full opening: schools sets out the expectation on schools to provide high-quality remote education to pupils who need to self-isolate, or to pupils required to remain at home in response to the risk of Covid-19 infection.

However, the physical absence of teachers in virtual settings means that they can encounter challenging and disruptive behaviour which can impact pupil engagement and learning outcomes overall.

In this webinar, behaviour tsar and advisor to the DfE, Tom Bennett explains how challenging behaviour can be exacerbated in a virtual classroom. He arms teachers and school leaders with techniques to pre-empt and address issues and establish an educational environment which is conducive to learning.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identifying techniques which schools can employ as part of their remote education policy to prevent and address behavioural issues and keep the whole class on its learning trajectory.

  • Recognising the expectations placed on schools for the provision of remote education as set out in the DfE’s guidance documents.

  • Understanding the psychology behind challenging and disruptive classroom behaviour and how this might be exacerbated in a virtual learning environment.

  • Identifying the limitations of virtual classrooms in terms of monitoring pupil engagement, and the specific behavioural challenges for which schools need to be prepared.

  • Recognising the importance of a establishing a collaborative approach with pupils, involving joint responsibility for the creation of a learning environment which benefits all.

Tom Bennett

About The Expert

Tom Bennett

Lead behaviour advisor to the DfE, supporting policy on school behaviour, and founder of researchED.
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