This section of the site contains B2L Could Know Resources (government guidance, historical documents, journal articles and advice drawn from organisations or teacher unions) which could be helpful in assisting you to deepen an understanding of aspects of pupil behaviour (and its link to their learning). The material you will find here will not directly or immediately impact on your ability to manage a given classroom event which is problematic. However, they will provide some important background information, enabling you to become more conversant with the complexities of pupil behaviour. For those who are embarking on further professional development or training, these materials will also be of assistance as a 'toolbox' of potential ideas (for example, in writing assignments or contributing to professional portfolios).
Your Key Resources:
- Behaviour in Scottish Schools
- Behaviour in Wales: Good practice in managing challenging behaviour
- Children and young people in mind - The final report of the National CAMHS Review
- Supporting School Improvement :Emotional and Behavioural Development
Documents : The documents contained in this section, which is constantly being added to, enable you to draw on the wide array of material on pupil behaviour (or the issues associated with it) which has been produced in the recent past.
Journal Articles: A wide range of professional and academic journals carry articles relating to pupil behaviour. This section highlights some of the material from these which may potentially be of support to you in developing your ideas about managing pupil behaviour. This section is under constant review and is frequently added to with further articles.