Managing Very Challenging Behaviour

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Continuum, 2005 - Education - 148 pages
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"This is not a book about general classroom behaviour management. It focuses specifically on dealing with the high-end of challenging behaviour; and explores ways of working with the kind of student that exhibits this behaviour: the kind of student that is often proceeded by their reputation, known for their ability to destroy well-planned lessons in a matter of seconds." From the introduction This realistic and authoritative guide provides teachers with a range of practical strategies for managing the really tough students in their class. Engaging and uplifting, it should be made obligatory reading for frazzled teachers everywhere.

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Louisa Leaman is an experienced behaviour support teacher, having taught across the age range in a variety of special and mainstream schools. She now works as an educational writer, consultant, trainer, and children's author, combining these roles with a part-time teaching post.

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