Improving Behaviour and Raising Self-Esteem in the Classroom: A Practical Guide to Using Transactional Analysis
This book will help all teachers who face challenging behavior in their classrooms. It offers support and guidance for dealing with issues of behavior and offers suggestions for building creative relationships in school. Through a combination of case study illustrations of key Transactional Analysis concepts, practical proformas, planning notes and resources that have been tried and tested with schools it will give you the confidence and skills necessary to develop effective classroom management.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
accept achievement activity Adapted Child Adult affirmations approach appropriate aspect autonomy awareness behavioural mode boys chapter class teacher classroom Claude Steiner colleagues communication Comprehensive School concepts conflict context Cycles of development David Fulton developmental tasks difficulties discounts drama triangle driver behaviour effective egostate emotional development emotional literacy encouraged Eric Berne Evidence example expectations experience explore feelings Figure GCSEs give head teacher ideas important individual interaction lesson Maggie messages negative strokes negotiations Nurturing OFSTED organisational Parent partners partnership planning person physis pink permissions positive strokes problem solving proforma Ramsey School recognise relationships response role s/he school culture school ethos school’s script seesaw self-esteem SENCO sense situations skills someone staff and pupils structure talking teaching things three-cornered contract transaction Transactional Analysis understanding you’re OK