COLUMN: Tackle classroom disruption by creating the right culture and getting the teaching right

A recent survey of teachers showed that behaviour in class is driving many of them away from the profession because they’re fed up with not being able to do their job without disruption, writes Mark Cottingham, principal of Shirebrook School.
This does not surprise me, although I will say that, having taught in seven different schools, the vastmajority of students are polite and keen to do well, that behaviour has generally improved over the years and schools are stricter and calmer these days.
Expectations are also higher, which helps keep students focussed on their studies, with bad... read more

13 January 2019 in Regional East, Views: 125

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