Lorna Hepburn

Lorna Hepburn
Queensland Government · Department of Education,Training and Employment

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Multi-tiered systems of support, evidence-based classroom practices, coaching teachers.

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Evidence-based practices for classroom management are well established and predominantly preventative in nature. However, use of reactive practices by teachers has been widely reported internationally, particularly in middle and high school settings. Teachers (N = 587) throughout government high schools in Queensland, Australia responded to a surve...
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Positive behaviour for learning (PBL) was introduced to the state education sector in Queensland in the early 2000s in an effort to move schools away from use of punitive disciplinary practices towards a positive and supportive approach to student behaviour. Although around half of state schools in Queensland have received training to implement PBL...
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A preventative approach to classroom management is associated with increases in student engagement and improved teacher well-being. However, research indicates that many teachers use predominantly reactive practices, aimed at controlling student behaviour. Queensland state secondary school teachers (N = 587) were surveyed about the classroom manage...
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Proactive classroom management is associated with increased teacher wellbeing and improved student learning outcomes. Yet research indicates that many teachers over-report and underuse practices associated with this approach. The research findings reported here were drawn from semi-structured interviews conducted with 26 government secondary school...
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Problem behaviour in Australian schools is a frequent topic of public discourse and media coverage. Educational reports have highlighted concerns in relation to classroom management, student disruption, and disengagement, and government statistics show high rates of student suspension. While educational policies in the state schooling sector promot...
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The components of effective classroom management are well established; yet concerns regarding student disengagement and the underuse of evidence-based behaviour support practices in Australian schools remain. This paper reports the findings from a systematic literature review conducted to identify what is currently known about teacher implementatio...

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