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Managing behaviour in the primary classroom.

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Last weekend I had the pleasure of meeting some of the 2014 Teach First cohort. There was an awful lot of experience and expertise in the room, and it was a delight to hear about all of the exciting and inspirational stuff that these incoming teachers had achieved. Thanks, perhaps, to twitter and the blogosphere, most of the people that I talked to wanted to discuss the traditional/progressive divide and what this actually looked like in the classroom. This was interesting to me, and I think that it’s a real success of social media and Personal Learning Networks that PGCE students are engaging with this sort of pedagogic debate. That’s by the by, though, and will no doubt become the subject of a future blog.  

Because I want to write here about the question that I was most frequently asked, which was a variation on: “So, behaviour?” 

I thought that…

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