Webinar Duration: 55 minutes (approx.)
This webinar will provide subject leads, teachers and teaching assistants with practical guidance and support on how to deal with low-level disruption in the classroom, mitigating its impact and promoting positive behaviour to help establish an environment conducive to learning.
Research by Ofsted suggests that low-level disruption and poor classroom behaviour can significantly affect pupils’ learning time and potentially damage their life chances. The issue of low-level disruption continues to be experienced by many teachers but often it can be difficult to manage or tackle given its lower threshold status.
In this webinar Karl Pupé, teacher, behaviour management specialist and former Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEETs) coordinator, explores various ways that teaching staff can prevent, control and address persistent low-level disruption, and create a more positive classroom environment for all pupils.