Teaching Without Disruption in the Primary School: A Model for Managing Pupil Behaviour

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RoutledgeFalmer, 2003 - Education - 206 pages
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The issue of behaviour has, and always will be, a main dilemma facing schools. Encouraging positive relationships whilst preventing disruption, and motivating students to learn, raises concerns for any teacher.

Roland Chaplain handles a variety of critical issues with clarity and vision. He offers a highly practical approach and discusses in detail how teachers cope with stress, how whole school strategies can minimise disruptive behaviour, and how to effectively intervene with students who have emotional and behavioural difficulties.

Packed full of activities, case studies and questions to foster readers' own evaluations, Teaching without Disruption in the Primary School is an indispensable guide for all teachers.

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Roland Chaplain is Senior Lecturer in Psychology of Education at Homerton College, Cambridge. He teaches courses on behaviour management and motivating the difficult to teach to undergradute and graduate students.

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