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Kelsey Clark-Davies 25 Oct 18
Looking forward to meeting everyone tomorrow for training in holistic and techniques
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UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Jun 17
It can be easy for parents to become frustrated with their children sometimes, especially during this period. However, kind, positive words build trust and confidence. So next time, connect before you correct.
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Achievement for All Oct 14
Replying to @ajbloor @AfA_Education
We agree... Too many schools have a Policy... How about a Policy?! works!
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Marie Amaro 11 Jul 16
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UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Jul 17
We continue our Friday Information Series on Positive Behaviour Management (PBM). Even if you are frustrated, remember that connecting, teaching and being respectful with children can go a long way.
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Miss Anderson PE 9 Nov 17
This idea is 🔥🔥🔥 I love it
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Victoria Lysaght Sep 4
When your hard work pays off and staff and pupils get on board!!!
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Marius Frank 2 Nov 18
We talk a lot about the culture and climate of classrooms. But what about the culture and climate of corridors and playgrounds? What attitudes do children take with them into ungoverned spaces? Enforced or intuitive?
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Faye Pearson Feb 6
Sheffield - Team Teach Level 1 Positive Behaviour Management now open to register!
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Marius Frank 22 Jun 18
Sigh.... have we lost the art of ? One of my absolute joys as a Head was to observe a practitioner at the top of their game bringing a class to order and on task and above all
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Jen Silvanus Feb 13
😍 anyone seen these in action? Would love to find out more of their use especially in LD services
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Marius Frank 2 Sep 17
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Fochriw Primary 14 May 17
Thought for the week #mentalhealthawarenessmonth
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Helen Rogerson 🔭👩‍🔬 6 Feb 14
giving sound advice: "say what we do want to see, not what we don't".
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Kelsey Clark-Davies Nov 10
It was fantastic yesterday to meet with all senior and principal tutors as well as all the team ’s conference...hearing about the future vision of the organisation and some really exciting developments!
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Adrianne Reid Feb 26
Discipline means to teach, not to punish. The ‘lesson’ here is scary.
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Nathan Cole 23 Mar 18
The Do and Don’t of behaviour management in the classroom.
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Miss W 7 Jun 16
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Marie Amaro 10 Jun 16
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Jane Essex 30 Aug 18
Replying to @MsJGillespie
With classes with low return rates, I kept a public chart pinned up noting submitted homework and would comment on frequent submitters, rather than frequent forgetters. Submission rates soared.
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