If you have encountered problems dealing with aspects of student behavior in class, you are not alone. A number of colleagues have faced some difficult situations, and we can all find it tricky to work out how best to respond.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
Do you sometimes encounter problems dealing with aspects of student behavior in class?
Are you unsure of the best approach to responding to difficult situations that arise in class, perhaps when some students are disruptive to others?
Have you encountered changes in student classroom behavior?
Would you appreciate the opportunity to discuss how to respond to situations that arise in ways that promote an effective learning environment for all?
Through this you will...
be supported in identifying possible responses, to consider the pros and cons of different strategies, to find out what has worked for others, and to share any strategies that have worked for you.
The workshop will work with case studies exemplifying student behaviour issues that some staff have actually faced in class. Possible responses will be discussed, and together we will work towards recommendations as to the most appropriate strategies to try.
Who would benefit from this workshop
All staff involved in teaching.
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This workshop will help you develop strategies you might use to respond to difficult situations that arise in class, in ways which promote an effective learning environment for all students.
The workshop will include an exploration of possible issues underlying challenging behavior and how an understanding of these may help us respond appropriately to ensure a positive learning experience for all.
The focus of this workshop will be on meeting the needs of both individuals and student groups, when facing difficult situations in class.
Supporting HEA fellowship
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|D2 - Fellow of the HEA||
Staff for whom teaching or learning support is a significant element of their role such as staff with experience as