Online Conscious Classroom Management

Dealing With Disruptive Classroom Behaviour and Practical Strategies to Engage Students in the Classroom

Presented by Rocky Biasi, a school counsellor also in private practice and a clinical member of the Counsellors & Psychotherapists association of NSW, Member of The Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia.

The following videos provide an overview of the workshop

Conscious Classroom Management Workshop Overview

Classroom Management Communication Script

What is the Conscious Classroom Management Workshop About?

Put simply, the Conscious Classroom Management Workshop is about peak performance. It is about facilitating student learning, behaviour and attitude. As teachers we have experienced the frustration of teaching students who are not performing to their potential. This workshop takes on an active and practical approach to behaviour management.

The Aim of this Workshop

The aim of this workshop is to provide teachers with practical strategies and techniques to help them understand the dynamics of successful interpersonal interactions. In addition, an understanding of the drivers of human behaviour and communication structures that influence students to comply with teacher requests will be addressed. This workshop will look at both practical classroom management strategies and the concept of “Teacher Presence” in applying these strategies.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Model the mind-set of successful classroom teachers
  • Explore powerful and successful strategies to engage students to learn
  • Create learning environments that facilitate student learning
  • Identify proven ideas to establish classroom boundaries to achieve mutual expectations
  • Discuss strategies in turning a disruptive class around
  • Understand the strategies and communication required to influence a disruptive/uncooperative student.


  1. Teacher Presence
    • Who we are and what we do
    • The link between beliefs, perceptions, emotions and behaviour
    • Inner Authority
    • Ask for Help
    • Self Care
  1. Supportive management strategies
    • “Praise & Ignore Approach”
    • Physical Proximity
    • Non-Verbal communication
    • Restructure/change difficult work/strategies
    • Reinforce incompatible behaviour
    • Use Humour
    • Specific Feedback about work
    • Apply “Grandma’s Law”
    • Verbal Communication
  1. Preventative management strategies
    • Setting the scene – creating class rules and expectations
    • Teaching Procedures
    • Consistency
    • Teacher – student relationship. Creating rapport and respect
    • Lesson Design
  1. Corrective management strategies – Breaking the cycle
    • Assertively insist on your right to teach and the students’ right to learn
    • Stop the misbehaviour
    • Removal of the student
    • Invoke the consequences tied to the behaviour
    • Redirect misbehaviour in positive directions
    • Parental Contact
    • Use communication scripts

This Practical Online Teacher Training Will Help You:

  • Eliminate power struggles with your most challenging students
  • Discover how “holding your ground” can actually help kids cooperate
  • Uncover your “teacher presence” while reducing stress
  • Create lessons that help students learn and stay focused
  • Appreciate your craft at a deeper level
  • Thoroughly prepare to teach, either before the school year or when appointed
  • Energise and invigorate how you train teachers
Conscious Classroom Management Training


Thank you for the Conscious Classroom Management Training workshop. So happy to know I can be myself and establish teacher presence that is me.
Johanna Lynch Christadelphian Heritage College
At the Conscious Classroom Management Training workshop Rocky used many examples from his own career which were meaningful and useful.
Michele Scott Abbotsleigh
The Conscious Classroom Management training covered many valuable aspects of classroom management. Good reinforcement of certain things I’m already implementing and it also provided useful strategies to utilise.
Margherita Meura Bede Polding College
Excellent practical strategies to use with a variety of steps and structures were presented at the Conscious Classroom Management Training workshop. The preventative strategies and what to say “communication script” were most useful.
Corinne Buchan Fairvale Public School

A most excellent and productive workshop that gave me a new outlook towards classroom management.
Thomas Elley Sefton High School
This classroom management training provided new insights and ideas. The focus on teacher presence is valuable if not challenging.
Kristine Abelitis Robert Townson High School
This classroom management training reminded me of why I became a teacher. The skills were practical. Thank goodness for PD Days like this and people like you!
Stella Papanakos Bossley Park High School
This training covered a range of strategies and I could relate it to my own experience.
Stan Sklias Sefton High School

Fantastic! I’m ready to go Monday and use this straight away.
Linda Askin Belmore North Public School
Thought provoking session with many applicable strategies not just ideological concepts.
David Tatzenko Covenant Christian School
I will be able to take these strategies to my faculty and help them deal with their management difficulties.
Karla Olmos St Clair High School
Excellent workshop with practical, realistic advice and strategies for classroom use. I am already thinking of new ways to manage my classes tomorrow. Thanks Rocky.
Lauren Clarkstone Cranebrook High School

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