Newly trained teachers and those that work in areas with harsh socio-economic conditions can find themselves in classrooms with hostile, disengaged students who won’t listen, disrupt other pupils’ learning and, in some cases, are verbally or physically abusive – even to teachers. This can no longer continue.
Course Date: Saturday 27th July: 10am - 5pm: Only £97.00
This one day course will help teachers: - Identify the four types of students that come into their classrooms - Develop strategies that get their toughest classes under control quickly and easily - The three most common teaching styles that will turn their classes against them and how to avoid them - Set effective ground rules that their students will actually want to follow in minutes - Learn how to praise students and critique them without losing any goodwill - Deal with disruption merely using their body language and tone of voice - Sanction students’ bad behaviour without destroying the relationship - Deal with severe disruptions and use simple strategies to calm everyone in the classroom - Build rapport and create positive relationships with their most challenging students preventing flash points and making their classrooms safer, happier and more productive - Become more composed, confident and prepared to deal with any challenge that the classroom throws at them
This one day course is perfect for people who are considering taking a PGCE/EAT/Initial Teacher Training Qualification, newly qualified teachers, teachers who work with students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Social Emotional Mental Health needs (SEMH) and those who feel they need a little help getting their classes under control.
This one day course is designed for teachers that are on the frontline with solutions that actually work: Karl Pupé is a qualified classroom teacher with over eight years’ experience across the primary, secondary and further education sectors. Specialising in Behaviour Management, he worked as a Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEETs) coordinator teaching students with severe Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs.
Karl has worked with some of the toughest students that London has to offer including gang members, youth offenders and students with severe Special Education Needs (SEN) and has come up with practical and effective solutions to help teachers create a learning environment that everyone can thrive in. He recently released his book “The Action Hero: Classroom Management Made Simple” to equip all teachers with the tools to take back control of their classrooms and has distilled his best practices into this course.
All attendees will get a free, signed copy of Karl’s book for reference. Sign up above to reserve your place. Attendees of the 1 day training will receive Karl Pupe's book “The Action Hero Teacher”
Karl is a music producer, sound designer, teacher and now author with 18 years experience in the creative arts. Currently the Musical Director of Natalie Michelle’s School of Drama, Karl has composed and collated music for shows at...
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Karl is a music producer, sound designer, teacher and now author with 18 years experience in the creative arts. Currently the Musical Director of Natalie Michelle’s School of Drama, Karl has composed and collated music for shows at in London’s prestigious Cockpit Theatre and the Waterman’s Theatre. Having worked in education for 8 years, Karl has recently released his book “The Action Hero Teacher: Classroom Management Made Simple” which helps new teachers use simple techniques to win over their students.