When the Adults Change, Everything Changes: Seismic shifts in school behaviour
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It was not easy and I wish that we had had this book to accompany on our journey. It provides a useful common-sense framework for leaders. I will certainly be using this to help me to be more ambitious in what we can achieve, as we continue our journey to outstanding. I firmly believe that almost nothing in education is an exact science: It is seemingly impossible to isolate and explore the effects of any single variable whilst simultaneously controlling others. In addition to this, in my own teaching life, I’ve seen things being hailed as good practice one year only to be discarded- or even condemned as bad practice- the next: VAK learning was sworn by when I did my PGCE and was rubbished but a few years later. Charismatic teachers’ lessons were once criticised for being ‘too teacher led,’ and now schools praise those same teachers for their classroom management and questioning. Triple marking was once raved about as something that ensures rapid progress, but now researchers argue that the hours-to-impact ratio is unjustifiable.
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She has since built a career from combining her natural skills in relationship management and developing businesses with her creative flair. She joins When The Adults Change as Brand & Relationship Manager looking after our brand and our clients with knowledge and passion. We are still very much at the beginning of our journey, but everything we have implemented thus far has come straight from what we have learned directly from reading Paul Dix's book; consequently, there have been no costs involved but the results we have seen have been transformational and have demonstrated high impact. We understand that the culture in our school is set by the way the adults behave. We will continue on our journey using Paul Dix's highly commended book to ensure that we are continue to develop positive behaviour practice.This book is a game changer. Your students need you to read When the Adults Change, Everything Changes. Yet, most impactfully, the book concludes with a handy 30-day magic challenge for schools to strive towards in focusing on creating a positive behaviour culture - drawn from ideas shared in the book. Fundamentally, expecting a change overnight is unrealistic, but changing ideas, cultures and expectations over a 30-day period offers everyone within the community to practice some of the changes without any dire consequence, but keeping a record of current problems and reflecting upon starting points will help show how progress is being made during the period of change. Dix writes in a personable way that will appeal to readers. His belief in children is paramount to the success of this book and his useful tips, guides and -˜nuggets' empower readers to develop a positive, purposeful and consistent approach to behavior management.
The Adults Change: Achievable behaviour nirvana : Paul After The Adults Change: Achievable behaviour nirvana : Paul
What did you think about the quality of the writing? Please consider the tone, structure and ideas. Does it suit the audience? Essentially, I believe any school that adapts a no-sanction and entirely restorative approach is taking a massive risk to staff and pupil wellbeing alike.Your students might claim that they prefer to lead lives of wild and crazy chaos. In reality, it is your routines, and your relentless repetition of them, that makes the students feel safe enough to learn.” Through his writing, Paul brings a refreshing approach to the issues facing educators today with a mixture of hard-hitting questioning that will get you squirming about some of your own practice combined with fantastic, practical solutions that can be rolled out with ease for the benefit of all. Be prepared to face the odd expletive -¦ while the injections of humour will have you laughing out loud on the train! On our Online Behaviour Change courses, you’ll find the inclusive, relational and highly practical approach we are known for with new ideas to radically improve behaviour.
When the Adults Change Everything Changes: A Discussion When the Adults Change Everything Changes: A Discussion
Do you remember yesterday/ last week when you helped me tidy up/led the group/gave me that excellent homework? Remember mum’s face when she got the note? That is the person I know, that is the Chelsea I need to see today.’ This is the key to the scripted response.”
WHEN THE ADULTS CHANGE EVERYTHING CHANGES
ISBN-13: 9781781352731, 978-1781352731. Throughout the book both class teachers and school leaders will find indispensable advice about how to involve all staff in developing a whole school ethos built on kindness, empathy and understanding.