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Managing Behaviour for Learning

  • Categories Teaching
  • Duration 18h
  • Total Enrolled 5
  • Last Update April 29, 2024

About Course

National STEM Learning Centre


Discover how behaviour management skills can help you and your students

By effectively managing behaviour in the classroom, your students will benefit and you’ll enjoy your teaching more.

On this course, you’ll explore how your own behaviour influences your students’, and learn how to control your emotional responses when you’re interacting in the classroom. You’ll discover the latest techniques in classroom management and develop your capability to achieve consistency.

You’ll also learn how to properly recognise positive behaviour from your students and build trust in your classroom. You’ll be supported by other teachers experienced in behaviour management.

Who will you learn with?

Becca Knowles

Head of Network at The National STEM Learning Centre and Network. I have 24 years experience in education as a chemistry teacher, senior leader and Head of Science in a variety of schools.


Yeasmin Mortuza

Educational consultant for primary and secondary schools, specialising in improving science teaching, and promoting positive behaviour for learning.



Jane Winter

Professional Development Leader, specialising in STEM employed at York University and in Lincolnshire schools.



Who developed the course?


The National STEM Learning Centre provides world-class professional development activities and resources to support the teaching of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects.




What Will I Learn?

  • Assess how your own behaviour influences the behaviour of your students.
  • Apply rules and routines to achieve consistency.
  • Apply recognition intelligently to motivate students.
  • Demonstrate how to reduce friction when students behave badly.
  • Develop reparation and restorative practice.

Topics for this course

15 Lessons18h

Welcome and getting started?

Before you get started take a moment to meet the educators and mentors who will support you through the course. There's also an opportunity to meet your fellow learners and some advice on planning your learning journey.
Getting the most from this course

Controlling yourself?

The foundation of any behaviour management is your ability to control yourself before you try and control others.

Impact of adult behaviour?

The only behaviour that you have absolute control over is your own. The behaviour of teachers directly impacts on the behaviour of their learners.

Stopping short of your full range?

Teaching spaces where emotional responses from the teacher are the norm can be difficult and frightening places to learn.

Interacting with students?

It’s a fact that you can’t make anyone do anything without their permission or choice to complete the actions you require.


Review what you've learnt this course.

Student Feedback


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Jane Winter is a great instructor and the course is interesting and easy to follow.

Fabulous! Very informative management skills content. In times like these, it would be nice to practice management skills. Thank you!

As a novice teacher, I have been struggling with how to manage my students in my class, and this course is perfect for me. It is very good.

I've enjoyed this course. It's certainly an eye opener and wants to make you think about how you can motivate others and yourself for the simple things as well. Examples and apps were mentioned that I had no idea about. It certainly has deepened my knowledge and liking for this subject/ topic.


Material Includes

  • Official Certificate

Target Audience

  • Managing Behaviour for Learning is a continuing professional development (CPD) course designed for teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects, focusing mainly on the context of UK secondary schools and colleges.
  • Although the course draws from examples experienced in the UK, the material covered is relevant to an international audience and to non-STEM teachers.