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Episode 15- What about behaviour‪?‬ Chronicles of a PGCE

    • Education

This podcast discusses approaches to managing the behaviour in your classroom- especially low-level disruption! This podcast is not funded by anyone other than myself. The views in the podcast only represent those that are mine or the guests on the podcast. The overlay music was written by podcast.co (non-copyrighted and royalty free).
If you like it, please like, comment and share the podcast and follow me on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts and Deezer Please also follow me on Twitter at @MissRuddick for more of my projects and podcasts.


BibliographyBooks
Rogers, B. (2000). Behaviour Management: A whole-school approach. SAGE. Accessed April 2021.
 
Journals
Lepkowska, D. (2014). Tips to tackle low-level disruption. SecEd, 2014(33). Accessed April 2021.
Maslow, A. (1943). A Theory of Human Motivaton. Psychological Review. Accessed April 2021.
Parsonson, B. (2012). Evidence-Based Classroom Behaviour Management Strategies. Kairaranga, 13(1), 16-23. Accessed April 2021.
Sollitto, M., Johnson, Z., & Myers, S. (2013). Students' Perceptions of College Classroom Connectedness, Assimilation, and Peer Relationships. Communication Education, 62(3), 318-331. Accessed April 2021.
Sullivan, A., Johnson, B., Owens, L., & Conway, R. (2014). Punish Them or Engage Them? Teachers’ Views of Unproductive Student Behaviours in the Classroom. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(6). Accessed April 2021.
Tennant, G. (2004). Nobody wants it so why is it there? Towards an understanding of low-level disruption. International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 32(3), 51-58. Accessed April 2021.
 


Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/hattyruddick)

This podcast discusses approaches to managing the behaviour in your classroom- especially low-level disruption! This podcast is not funded by anyone other than myself. The views in the podcast only represent those that are mine or the guests on the podcast. The overlay music was written by podcast.co (non-copyrighted and royalty free).
If you like it, please like, comment and share the podcast and follow me on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Podcasts and Deezer Please also follow me on Twitter at @MissRuddick for more of my projects and podcasts.


BibliographyBooks
Rogers, B. (2000). Behaviour Management: A whole-school approach. SAGE. Accessed April 2021.
 
Journals
Lepkowska, D. (2014). Tips to tackle low-level disruption. SecEd, 2014(33). Accessed April 2021.
Maslow, A. (1943). A Theory of Human Motivaton. Psychological Review. Accessed April 2021.
Parsonson, B. (2012). Evidence-Based Classroom Behaviour Management Strategies. Kairaranga, 13(1), 16-23. Accessed April 2021.
Sollitto, M., Johnson, Z., & Myers, S. (2013). Students' Perceptions of College Classroom Connectedness, Assimilation, and Peer Relationships. Communication Education, 62(3), 318-331. Accessed April 2021.
Sullivan, A., Johnson, B., Owens, L., & Conway, R. (2014). Punish Them or Engage Them? Teachers’ Views of Unproductive Student Behaviours in the Classroom. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(6). Accessed April 2021.
Tennant, G. (2004). Nobody wants it so why is it there? Towards an understanding of low-level disruption. International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 32(3), 51-58. Accessed April 2021.
 


Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/hattyruddick)

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