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Introduction

Behaviour4Learning

A new government was elected on the 11th May, therefore references to government policy on this site may not reflect current government policy.

Welcome to Behaviour4Learning. The site provides access to the research & evidence base informing teacher education. All materials are quality assured through a rigorous process of academic scrutiny and monitoring undertaken by a team of expert teacher educators.

A set of 26 scenarios for tutors, school mentors and trainee teachers
These resources are a set of materials which address major talking points regarding the practicalities of promoting effective behaviour and learning. They can be accessed here

A set of 26 videos: Improving Behaviour for Learning (Secondary Schools)
These resources explores the ways in which a teacher's behaviour impacts on that of her pupils. They can be accessed here

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At the end of March Apple released a free app (application) for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
BBC news item: Schools should band together to provide social workers for unruly pupils and support groups for parents, according to the government's...
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