Cracking the Challenging Class is now available ONLINE

This highly valuable resource is still so current that we have upgraded the old-style DVD to an easy-to-access e-file!

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This two-part series was filmed in the UK in a Government High School 
Using classroom simulations Dr Bill Rogers explores why classes can become difficult to manage and how we can enable a fresh start for the class and the teacher.
This series addresses the issue of challenging classes and challenging behaviours and offers practical, tried and tested approaches to help teachers manage, and lead, disruptive students and challenging classes.

Part 1 - 65 minutes :
• Common distracting/disruptive behaviours
• Addressing distracting and disruptive behaviours
• Negative effects of such behaviour on class group
• The crucial nature of colleague support and challenging classes
• The challenge of establishing order, focus, direction with new class groups
• Core practices and skills of behaviour leadership in teaching
• How to develop a fresh start with a class that has ‘lost its way’

Part 2 - 90 minutes :
The common questions and concerns teachers raise about challenging classes such as :-
• The use and extent of punishment/consequences
• Is behaviour leadership skill, in teachers, more than personality?
• Managing anger in self and others
• Students who harass teachers
• Re-establishing with a class group / making a ‘fresh-start’
• Colleague mentoring
(Seventeen questions are addressed in this second DVD.)

Support Notes

Substantial notes accompany this resource and can be downloaded for you to keep


Individual Purchase: $110 per person including gst

Group Purchase (5 or more Staff Members): Please contact to discuss group purchase discounts.

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