CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT CPD
What are the concerns?
For many children, school should be a place of learning, growth, and discovery. However, for some, it can be a place of struggle and frustration. Issues such as poor communication, conflict, trauma, bereavement, poor attachment, breakdown in family relationships, and cognitive development can prevent children from functioning effectively at school and achieving their full potential. These issues can impact their confidence, self-esteem, and ability to form positive relationships with others, making it difficult for them to thrive both academically and socially.
The consequences of these issues can be devastating, affecting not just a child’s school life but their entire future. Children who struggle at school are more likely to experience low self-esteem, mental health problems, and difficulties in their personal relationships. It is our responsibility to ensure that every child has the support they need to overcome these challenges and reach their full potential.
Why Choose RISE Psychological Safety in School Training?
Choosing RISE classroom management CPD in school training can provide several benefits for teachers and school staff.
Proven Effective: RISE is a research-based approach to classroom management that has been shown to be effective in improving classroom behavior, reducing disciplinary issues, and enhancing academic outcomes for students.
Comprehensive: RISE provides a comprehensive framework for classroom management that covers a wide range of strategies and techniques, including positive behavior support, social-emotional learning, and trauma-informed practices.
Customizable: RISE training is customizable to meet the specific needs and contexts of different schools and classrooms. It can be adapted to different grade levels, subject areas, and school cultures.
Practical: RISE training provides practical, hands-on strategies that can be easily implemented in the classroom. This can help teachers and school staff feel more confident and effective in managing classroom behavior.
Collaborative: RISE training emphasizes the importance of collaboration and teamwork among teachers and school staff. This can help to build a more positive and supportive school culture that benefits both students and staff.
Supports Professional Development: RISE training provides ongoing professional development opportunities for teachers and school staff, helping them to continue to improve their classroom management skills and practices.
Overall, choosing RISE classroom management CPD in school training can provide a comprehensive and practical approach to classroom management that is effective, customizable, collaborative, and supports ongoing professional development for teachers and school staff
Exploring the Advantages of Attending RISE Training
RISE classroom management CPD offers several advantages for teachers and school staff.
Improved Classroom Behavior: RISE provides evidence-based strategies and techniques that can help to improve student behavior in the classroom. By creating a positive and supportive learning environment, RISE can help to reduce disruptive behaviors and increase student engagement.
Enhanced Academic Outcomes: With improved classroom behavior, RISE can lead to enhanced academic outcomes for students. Students who are more engaged and focused in the classroom are more likely to perform better academically.
Customizable: RISE is a customizable approach to classroom management that can be tailored to meet the specific needs and contexts of different schools and classrooms. This means that teachers and school staff can adapt the strategies and techniques to suit their students, grade levels, subject areas, and school culture.
Trauma-Informed Practices: RISE emphasizes trauma-informed practices, which are essential for creating a safe and supportive learning environment for students who have experienced trauma or adverse childhood experiences.
Positive Behavior Support: RISE emphasizes positive behavior support, which focuses on reinforcing positive behaviors rather than punishing negative behaviors. This approach can help to build a positive and supportive school culture that benefits both students and staff.
Collaborative Approach: RISE emphasizes collaboration and teamwork among teachers and school staff. This can help to build a more positive and supportive school culture that benefits both students and staff.
Professional Development: RISE provides ongoing professional development opportunities for teachers and school staff. This can help to improve their classroom management skills and practices, leading to a more effective and engaging learning environment for students.
Overall, RISE classroom management CPD offers several advantages for teachers and school staff, including improved classroom behavior, enhanced academic outcomes, customization, trauma-informed practices, positive behavior support, collaborative approach, and ongoing professional development opportunities
The expectations for a 1-hour RISE training on classroom management for teachers and learning support staff would be to introduce them to the key principles and strategies of the RISE approach to classroom management. In one hour, the training can cover some of the following topics:
Introduction to RISE: Teachers and learning support staff can learn about the history and background of the RISE approach to classroom management, including the research and evidence supporting the effectiveness of this approach.
Key principles of RISE: The training can cover the key principles of RISE, including positive behavior support, trauma-informed practices, and social-emotional learning.
Classroom management strategies: Teachers and learning support staff can learn practical classroom management strategies that align with the RISE approach, such as establishing clear expectations, providing positive feedback, and utilizing positive reinforcement.
Collaborative approach: The training can emphasize the importance of a collaborative approach to classroom management, including the role of teachers, learning support staff, and students in creating a positive and supportive learning environment.
Professional development: The training can introduce teachers and learning support staff to ongoing professional development opportunities related to the RISE approach, including resources and training materials.
By the end of the 1-hour RISE training, teachers and learning support staff can expect to have a basic understanding of the key principles and strategies of the RISE approach to classroom management. They should be able to start applying these strategies in their own classrooms and feel more confident and effective in managing classroom behavior. However, it’s important to note that ongoing training and support may be necessary for a more in-depth understanding and successful implementation of the RISE approach.
What is Included
We provide the services of an experienced facilitator who is available for the entire school day and supports multiple groups of students throughout their 12-week program by conducting one weekly session with each group