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Behaviour guru!

Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by coolasacucumber, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. Thanks for the little mention in your book - and congratulations on it - it is EXACTLY what young teachers (and in fact all teachers wanting to refresh their skills) need. Just bought a copy this week and am thumbing through it as I type.
    cucumber x
     
  2. Thanks for the little mention in your book - and congratulations on it - it is EXACTLY what young teachers (and in fact all teachers wanting to refresh their skills) need. Just bought a copy this week and am thumbing through it as I type.
    cucumber x
     
  3. When I saw the title of this post I thought you were advertising yourself as such for anyone who was struggling with behaviour, so I was a little disappointed when I realised you weren't :)
    I must say that as a very active reader rather than a poster I always find your advice no-nonsense, straight to the point, practical and very, very useful, so thank you. Perhaps you should indeed rename yourself behaviour guru ...!
     
  4. Ah - thank you newdiamondrings!
    Writing a successful book would be a wonderful thing indeed![​IMG]
     
  5. Tom_Bennett

    Tom_Bennett Occasional commenter

    Thank you, C as a C ('To you, Mr and Mrs Cucumber- a daughter, Cool As A'). When I started writing for the TES Behaviour forum, I took great interest and support from reading the articulate and helpful advice that you (and others) already provided. Feels like a long time ago I wrote that foreword!
    Also the 'Guru' tag was publisher-generated; I regard it as an enormous target painted on my back...
    Thanks again
    Tx
    http://behaviourguru.blogspot.com/
     

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