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  • TITLE: Brief Online Classroom Behavior Management Training for Teachers to Address Male Student Behavioural Issue in Chennai, India

    AUTHORS: Hsien-Jin Teoh, Sau Kuan Cheong, Lily T. Stuart, Baby Manorama, Golden Kisha, Sisira Edirippulige, Matthew Bambling

    KEYWORDS: Tele-Education, Teacher, Student, Behaviour-Management

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.9 No.1, January 19, 2018

    ABSTRACT: When teachers require on-going coaching in the management of students’ behaviours, Tele-Education may be used to bridge this competency gap. India’s education policy has had considerable success in increasing students, from rural and disadvantaged areas, participating and completing secondary schooling. However, it has also resulted in higher numbers of students with challenging classroom behaviours. Behavior management is not well addressed in the current national plan and little training is provided to teachers. Previous research on students defined the behavioural management issues as well as the skills requirements for teachers to manage and provide positive behavioural management. As a result, three brief online training modules were developed and three real time behavior management case discussions were provided to assist teachers (n = 10) to manage challenging behaviours by male students (n = 50) in a pre and post intervention single group design. TheTele-Educational intervention increased teacher application of behavior management principles and improved classroom behavior in young males, suggesting potential for the approach to be utilised in other parts of India or in other countries where there is a need for this training.