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well managed schools

Well Managed Schools


School-wide behaviour management by empowering students with social & self-management s...

what to do about smearing

What to do about Smearing


Down-to-earth advice, helpful picture narratives, examples of how to use diary sheets f...

what your explosive child is trying to tell you

What Your Explosive Child Is Trying to Tell You


From the author of "The Defiant Child" comes the first book to connect explosive behavi...

when the chips are down dvd

When the Chips are Down DVD


Do you ever have days when the kids seem totally out of control? Richard Lavoie, expert...

who cares about kelsey?

Who Cares About Kelsey?


A documentary from award-winning filmmaker Dan Habib shows innovative educational appro...

why are you shouting at us?

Why Are You Shouting At Us?


A structured approach to managing behaviour for anyone who refuses to accept students' ...

why do i have to?

Why Do I Have To?


Why do I have to go to school before the show I'm watching is over? Why do I have to we...

why should i?

Why Should I?


Examines selfishness, aggression & kindness: great for young children who struggle with...

winners don't whine and whiners don't win

Winners Don't Whine and Whiners Don't Win


Wendell has to win at everything, and if he doesn't, he whines about it. This creative ...

words are not for hurting

Words are Not for Hurting


Children learn that their words belong to them: they can think before they speak, then ...

words are not for hurting board book

Words are Not for Hurting Board Book


Helps little ones learn that they are responsible for what they do & say; that their ac...

working with parents of aggressive children

Working With Parents of Aggressive Children


How to discuss setting reasonable expectations & goals that are attainable through ther...

Behaviour Management

Behaviour management is a less intensive version of behaviour therapy. In behaviour management the focus is on maintaining order. Behaviour management skills are of particular importance to teachers in the educational system. Behaviour management includes all of the actions and conscious inactions to enhance the probability people, individually and in groups, choose behaviours which are personally fulfilling, productive, and socially acceptable.

We have carefully collated the best behaviour management resources available from Australia, the UK and the USA. The focus is on practical tools and strategies which can be applied in classrooms and other educational settings to help manage disruptive and off-task behaviour.

Use the category menu to explore resources specifically on related topics like Positive Behaviour Support, Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), Functional Behaviour Assessment (under Behaviour Assessment), etc.