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Discussion in 'Behaviour' started by Yello1, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. I often see many teachers with perfect behaviour management and this gets me thinking how they got their.
    I was wondering hiw do some teachers begin the year with the groups they teach. So how and what ground rules sre set,and also what are the consequences for anyone breaking these rules.
    My behaviour management is not perfect so would appreciate any tips.

  2. Hello,

    Not sure if I'm too late to answer this one for you but thought it was worth a try. My colleague showed me a new programme on the computer called class charts to help me manage behaviour in my classes. I gave points to the students according to their behaviour. It helped myself and other teachers in our school so might work for you as well. Hope this helps, if this advice is too late, sorry!

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