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11th January 2019

ADHD and children’s parties – avoid ‘sleeping lions’ and other things.

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12th October 2018

Here’s a 30 minute webinar covering a few common classroom complaints and with some top tips for managing them.

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13th August 2018

Behaviour in class – managing lateness

Teaching in the Further Education (16+) arena often means adapting some management of behaviour  in class to be more ‘equal’ (ie adult to adult). So as a newbie teacher some decades ago, when it was recommended to me that I stand at the door to greet my students I ignored this advice, believing that it was something that should be kept for the young ‘uns.  I preferred to busy myself in class while my students arrived.

But for many of my students, the initial euphoria of college life wore off, and the arrival on time became less important for some of them.  My diligence in dealing with those who preferred to linger in the corridor or dawdle to class was non-existent.  I was faced with poor punctuality and very few ideas about how to deal with it except to complain, berate, or discipline.

One day I happened across a teacher standing outside their open door, big smile “Hello, come in, let’s get cracking, hats off, coats off, ready to learn”.  Repeated once or twice.

His sense of urgency and the light-hearted delivery of instructions meant that everyone sped up a bit, engaged with his smile and it created some energy to the start of class.

I didn’t think that I could suddenly change to start my lessons that way so I waited until the new term and gave it a go.  Guess what happened?

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