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Troublesome Behaviour in the Classroom: Meeting Individual Needs

by Mick McManus

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0415039118, Paperback)

This book presents workable solutions to classroom and school discipline problems, and is of great practical relevance. This book should be of interest to practising and student teachers.

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The fully updated second edition of Troublesome Behaviour in the Classroom is the most comprehensive and practical guide available on the subject of behaviour management in schools. Distinguished by Mick McManus' lively and witty writing style, it is packed with practical ideas, activities, insights and solutions which will be invaluable to all teacher-training students and classroom teachers.… (more)

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