Effective Schools: Teaching and Learning Series
Catalogue Number: 7D0019
Producer: Seven Dimensions Pty Ltd
Producing Agencies: Seven Dimensions Pty Ltd
Subject: Professional Development
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Australia
Copyright Year: 2009
Running Time: 15:00
Effective schools develop strategies to ensure learning is the key focus and the school is a friendly place. They use open communication and focus groups to engage students, staff and parents in the planning process, to review and develop ideas for improvement. Effective schools have practical strategies for managing bullying and difficult students. Peer mediation is an innovative way to develop student leaders, and to help students manage conflict, build confidence and develop negotiation skills. Teachers need to be goal focused and ensure students are connected, happy and motivated to learn.
• Involve parents and students in strategic planning
• Facilitate parent focus groups
• Develop student leadership
• Manage bullying
• Manage difficult children
• Continually improve performance
• Teach with goals and purpose
DVD accompanied by PDF Workbook containing discussion questions, activities, handouts and full script
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