Social and motivational outcomes, Educational administration and leadership
The Education Endowment Foundation in the U.K. has published a review of the current evidence on approaches to behavior in schools.
The review, which was carried out by researchers at the University of Exeter, synthesizes the best available international evidence on approaches to behavior in schools. The goal is to:
- Explain why students may misbehave
- Review what types of classroom management approaches are most effective
- Review what types of school-wide management approaches are most effective
The report, which offers schools some recommendations for improving behavior, suggests that universal systems are unlikely to work for all students, and for those students who need more intensive support with their behavior, a personalized approach is likely to be better.
Source (Open Access): Moore, D., Benham-Clarke, S., Kenchington, R., Boyle, C., Ford, T., Hayes, R., & Rogers, M. (2019). Improving behaviour in schools: Evidence review. London, United Kindom: Education Endowment Foundation