Managing student behaviour: understanding, liaison and strategy [Event Ref. TG4/SBH]
Date(s) - 07/03/2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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The 21st century university library is regarded as a ‘safe place’ and space to ‘feel at home’ for many students. Alongside traditional resources, the library may replicate the comfort of a modern entertainment hub with cafés, big screen areas and comfy seating; but what behaviour is acceptable can be unclear in these varied environments. Frontline staff are also faced with increased demands from students paying a high cost for education.
Drawing on the wide experience of the speakers this workshop will examine approaches to managing student behaviour supportively and collaboratively, while maintaining an appropriate environment for learning and teaching support.
This workshop would be ideal for front-line library staff, library supervisors and student services staff. Attendees will have a chance to network and share best practice with peers and professionals.
Guest speakers include:
Ash Charlton – Director, Ace Training
Sarah Arkle – Head of Reader Services, University of Bedfordshire
Stephen Bowman – Senior Information Adviser’ for Health and Social Care, South Bank University
Alice Hughes – Discovery Services Library Assistant, Goldsmiths, University of London
Carl Gent – Extended Services Supervisor / Discovery Services Library Assistant, Goldsmiths, University of London
Kate Woodrow – Student Mental Health Manager, and Designated Safeguarding Officer, Middlesex University
Julie Crabb – Head of Student Support and Wellbeing, and Lead Safeguarding Officer, Middlesex University
[Subject to change]
0900-0930 – Registration
0930-0935- Introduction and Welcome
0935-1100 – “Creating Positive Outcomes – Best Approach” – Ash Charlton, Ace Training
During the participative morning workshop Ash Charlton will discuss changing pressures on the student population, and, in the light of these, recommend effective strategies for setting boundaries and challenging difficult behaviour.
1100-1115 – Break
1115-1300 – “Creating Positive Outcomes – Practical Skills” – Ash Charlton, Ace Training
In an enjoyable and interactive session, Ash Charlton will work with the group to agree standards of positive language use, awareness of cultural issues that may affect communication, and make recommendations for challenging unacceptable behaviour.
1300-1345 – Lunch
1350-1405 – Between student and staff: building empathy through 24-hour liaising with the student body Alice Hughes and Carl Gent, Goldsmiths, University of London
1410-1425 – Sign O’ the Times: SU Liaison on a Poster Campaign – Stephen Bowman, South Bank University
1430-1445 – Designing the library environment to model student behaviour [subject to change] – Sarah Arkle, University of Bedfordshire
1445-1500 – Break
1505-1530 – Belonging, believing and behaviour – Kate Woodrow and Julie Crabb, Middlesex University
1530-1555 – Q&A panel discussion with the speakers
1600 – Close
Website – www.lms.ac.uk
Venue: The Hardy Room at the London Mathematical Society, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1B 4HS
Cost: £105.00 members and £150.00 for other institutions. A sandwich lunch and light refreshments are included in this price.
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.
To book a place please use our online booking form.