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Introduction/ Part 1: In the beginning/ 1: The basics of behaviour management/ 2: Managing the first meeting/ 3: Key strategies and techniques/ Part 2: The teacher and the teaching/ 4: The effective teacher/ 5: Teaching styles/ 6: Using rewards and sanctions/ 7: Teaching for good behaviour/ Part 3: The students and the setting/ 8: The students/ 9: The teaching space/ 10: The setting or school/ 11: Managing behaviour: early years and primary/ 12: Managing behaviour: secondary and further education/ 13: For example.../ Part 4: When things get tough/ 14: Managing confrontation/ 15: Managing stress/
Now in its fifth edition, Getting the Buggers to Behave is the must-have behaviour management bible for all teachers of all levels in all schools.
Sue Cowley is an internationally bestselling educational writer, trainer and presenter. She is an expert in behaviour management and she has experience teaching at nursery, primary and secondary schools. Sue writes for many teaching publications and writes a regular blog. Follow her on Twitter @Sue_Cowley for regular behaviour management tips and advice!
Pupil behaviour is commonly the most worrying thing on beginner teachers' minds. Sue's book gives is a clear, concise and comprehensive guide to creating the conditions for learning that teachers and pupils need to succeed. I would recommend this book to everyone entering the teaching profession, the guidance it offers will enable you to become the very best teacher you can be. * Nicholas Hall, Teach First Director and education author * OF PREVIOUS EDITION: Written with Sue Cowley's characteristic humour and sharp wit, this is a must have for all teachers - full of practical, easy to use and effective ideas. * Teach Primary * The many suggestions are incredibly useful and work! Great to find examples of what I tell students to do, and why, in this book. An essential text. -- Liane Sara Purnell * Senior Lecturer *