Voices of CPI Q&A Forum - Education
CPI’s Global Professional Instructors are readily awaiting your questions!
Our experts are here to answer your questions around behaviour in education settings!
Follow the links for answers to these questions:
- What are your feelings on behaviour management award systems and seating plans?
- Have you got any advice on how to manage consistent low-level disruption in a class of 30 pupils?
- How can I get an uncooperative pupil more involved in the class even after they have sworn at me?
- How can I get my unresponsive class to answer my questions?
- As a pastoral worker, how can I use restorative practice in my school?
- I am about to launch a whole school rapport and relationships campaign, how should I go about this to improve pupil attainment?
- Should school routines have a definite end date?
- Dangerous behaviour in a science class. Help!
- What are scripted interventions and how can I introduce them into my classroom?
- Is the out-of-control behaviour in my classroom due to lack of pupil confidence?
- Can isolation change student behaviour?
- How can schools reduce student exclusions?
- How important is it to allow a pupil ‘take up time’?
- The five key principles of an effective reward system
- How do I reduce outbursts of challenging behaviour?
- Why are TAs not treated with the same respect as Classroom Teachers?
- How to strike balance when investing your emotions with pupils?
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Visit our pages for more information on the Classroom Culture train-the-trainer programme, our Hearts & Minds INSET, or how your school can get a Behaviour Health Check.