Listen to the Behaviour Bites Podcast with Karl C. Pupé
Have you got a spare 15 minutes? I'm being serious.
If you do, Listen to the Behaviour Bites podcast with the wonderful Clare Edmondson (@change_Beh on Twitter) as talk all about Behaviour Management especially with Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) challenged students.
In this episode, you will learn:
How trauma can adversely shape our students' brains & make it more difficult for them in a classroom setting.
Tips, tricks & strategies about how to utilise effective behaviour management.
What is one of my favourite books!
Honestly, I believe it's one of the best behaviour management podcasts I have been on & I had an absolute blast talking to Clare - & I know you will enjoy it too!
Click the link below to get your 15 minutes of Behaviour Management goodness! 😎 👇🏾
While you Are Here...
If you are interested in our young people's mental health, you will know that the extraordinary events that we are living through have had a massive effect on our students well being. This current generation is growing up in a time of great crisis & instability.
I believe that we are living through one of the most remarkable periods in Human History. The COVID pandemic is just the beginning & things will never return to normal.
Our students are called 'Generation Z' - & they have a front-row ticket to these radical changes in our world. The 'old-school ways of teaching are done.
I have written a 32-page detailed analysis on these current trends called "Teaching Generation Z" that is designed to help you understand & motivate your students. grab yourself a FREE copy below.
Teachers, my aims with this eBook are simple:
1) To give you the Bird's Eye view of how these revolutionary times shape our students' worldviews and attitudes.
2) And give you practical, hands-on, tips, tricks & solutions to keep your students engaged, inspired & behaving a little better in your classrooms… Physically or virtually!
Add your email to the subscription box below & get your free eBook in under 60 seconds!
It's that easy.
Karl from actionheroteacher.com