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Martin Burrett

Life After Exams - 7 views

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    "We are currently deep in the middle of exam season here in the UK, but the end is in sight. But what do you and your pupils do with this strange time after exams when so much of your time effort (blood and sweat). Do you revel in the limbo and become demob happy, or full throttle to the end of the year? In this session of #UKEdChat we discuss your plans and opinions to 'life after exams'."
Martin Burrett

Combating Conflict - 9 views

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    "In an ideal world lessons would be learnt, progression would be made and everyone would get along. However, whether low-level comments or open warfare, conflict can impinge on the learning of pupils. And that is just when the teachers are arguing! In this session of UKEdChat we will discuss how to avoid conflict in the classroom, the staffroom and in the playground. Don't argue… just be on #UKEdChat at 8pm(UK)."
Martin Burrett

Behaviour Management - UKEdChat - 8 views

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    "Unlike Saint Nic we know that being either naughty or nice is a little simplistic. Behaviour management is just as much about the behaviour of the adults as the pupils and that in the dynamic environment of the classroom, everything influences everything else."
Martin Burrett

Behaviour Management - 35 views

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    "Experienced teachers are aware of a repertoire of behaviour management strategies that they can draw to establish and maintain positive student behaviour. Some colleagues appear to have an aura about them that demands good behaviour, whereas others struggle the moment certain groups of students appear at the classroom door."
Martin Burrett

Session 315: Tips for dealing with disruptive pupils - 28 views

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    "The discussion begun which participants talking about what they viewed as disruption. Most people agreed that swinging on chairs, being late and calling out were disruptive to learning (although many felt that the root causes needed to be identified and addressed), but there was genuine disagreement about pupil interaction and banter with some UKEdChatters saying this was an inappropriate distraction, while others said they enjoyed and welcome this, at least to a point."
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