Secondary Behaviour: Establishing Expectations and Building Effective Routines. What Does the Research Say?

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What does the research say about the effective use of expectations to manage behaviour?

About this module

In this session we will explore some of the research into expectations of behaviour in the classroom. We will examine effective approaches to establishing expectations in secondary schools. We will also examine the relationship between class expectations (‘rules’) and whole school rules.

This module is suitable for Teachers, Early Career Teachers, ECT Mentors, Teaching Assistants, Learning Support Assistants and Senior Leaders supporting staff with behaviour.

What you will learn:
  • Explore some of the research into setting expectations
  • Examine some of the options for sharing/reinforcing information with classes
  • Look at what the evidence says about factors involved in effective rule setting