The reactions people have to cognitive overload are varied. Some get angry, some withdrawn, some somewhere in the middle. What is common to all who
Category: behaviour management
DO YOU EXPLICITLY DISCUSS MOTIVATION WITH STUDENTS?
This is part 2 of an essay based on self-regulated learning, and whether it needs to be taught for students to become skilled in it.
One of the most uncomfortable truths about society is that it needs a necessary proportion of people to fail. It is a condition when we
behaviour policy – beyond your 4 walls
Once upon a time, in a small isolated village of just 2000 people in the south of Utopia, there existed a single school, and in
BEHAVIOUR – CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE!
Poor student behaviour would have to be one of the biggest obstacles to successful teaching. There are almost infinite permutations of students being able to
Let’s take an example of a teacher collaborating with students on a set of class rules. Is this increasing student voice? Not really, and here’s