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- Education Professionals
Joanne Kellington is a teaching and learning consultant for Education Bradford. She specialises in behaviour and attendance at Key Stage 3, advising teachers across the LEA on good practice in behaviour management.
In this programme, Joanne is working with Clare Hewitt, a newly qualified teacher of modern foreign languages at Parkside school near Bradford. Clare has chosen to teach some of the more challenging pupils and is keen to develop strategies to get the best out of them. Clare is looking for ideas to deal with persistent low-level disruption and to stop children from shouting out in class.
For Joanne, a lot of low-level disruption has its basis in attention seeking. Her advice to Clare aims to change pupils' behaviour by:
Armed with Joanne's advice, Clare returns to the classroom to put Joanne's advice into practice.
Part of the series: Teaching with Bayley