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Designed for individual teachers and school teams alike, this text demonstrates how to approach and manage disruptive students and behaviour. At the book’s core is a series of detailed strategies for dealing with commonly occurring problems. Some of the chapters in the book focus on:
* The Nature and Causes of Disruption * Responding to Disruption * Basic Principles * Understanding and Dealing with Gambits * Sharing Good Practice
The ideas and theories are presented in the context of a research base and come complete with case studies.
This text is published in association with the Times Educational Supplement.
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