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Behaviour in International Schools – PP1

In our first episode, the topic of the week is Behaviour in International Schools.

 



paul-dixPaul is currently working in international schools and shares some of his experiences from very contrasting settings. There are some surprising differences and also many similarities with schools across the world. Paul discusses the concept of ‘churn’ and describes some outstanding practice he has witnessed recently.

We also have fascinating questions in the Q&A section from colleagues in international schools across the globe. All the advice on practical ways to manage behaviour in the classroom is applicable to most settings.

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