Books for Teachers on Pupil Behaviour
These books on pupil behaviour are only those I have read and can recommend – I have a pile of others
5 Books On Behaviour Support for Teachers
Why this book?
Because Tracey is an engaging writer who will not just bombard you with Jargon and claim to have a magic wand to solve your issues but provide guidance on your journey. She is also an approachable and engaged tweeter responsible for the #behaviourchat weekly Twitter chat (which she has graciously let me host at times).
The case studies linked to practical ideas are especially useful (oh and the bit where she recommends this site)
Buy it here.
Why should I buy it?
The book that almost made me shut down this site, I didn’t post for months in fear of just repeating what I read in Paul Dix’s book. I didn’t find anything I disagreed with in this book – and believe me, I tried. From School leaders to teachers there is a lesson in behaviour support for everyone.
Greet each child at the door – just do it ok!!
Buy it here.
10 Rules for Ensuring People with Learning Disabilities and Those Who are on the Autism Spectrum Develop ‘Challenging Behaviour’: …And Maybe What to Do About it – Damian Milton/Richard Mills
Why is this worth investing in?
No you didn’t read the title wrong.
When the son of a passionate #actuallyautistic expert academic and Autism Activist attends your school you better step up. This is the single most accessible little book I have read on the subject of challenging behaviour. It seeks to change only one thing – Your point of view.
Buy it here
Why should I read this instead of a netflix binge?
It shows the importance of working tirelessly to provide the children you work with with a voice. It shows why you should never underestimate a child’s capacity to communicate. There is some controversy about the use of facilitated communication with autistic people, however, the contents really resonated with my teaching experience. Why is this in a behaviour post – because you cannot separate behaviour and communication. It can be read in 2/3 hours and then passed on!
All the bits I summarised in this post about what I learned from The Reason I Jump.
Buy it here.
4 More Books about Challenging Behaviour.
How to Support Pupils with Autism Spectrum Condition in Primary School – Lynn McCann – Buy Here
Don’t Send Him in Tomorrow: Shining a light on the marginalised, disenfranchised and forgotten children of today’s schools – Jarlath O’Brien – Buy Here.
Inclusion for Primary School Teachers – Nancy Gedge – Buy Here
Bloomsbury CPD Library: Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities – Cheryl Drabble – Buy here.