The Learning Renaissance

Potential Signs of a Sensory Processing Disorder in Learners

This goes under the heading¬† of looking for patterns in behaviours… Advertisements

April 20, 2018 · Leave a comment

Behavioural Intentions and Functions

All behaviours are trying to reach a defined objective. Some behavioural strategies are effective and some less so – but they are all defined by their end. I’ve had this … Continue reading

April 16, 2018 · Leave a comment

Attention Please! Getting on Task

You may be surprised at what I am going to share with you today, but it has serious focus and purpose. It has been traditional to think of the teacher … Continue reading

April 9, 2018 · Leave a comment

No Shouting!

Shouting at children, as with the argument with corporal punishment, always makes my hackles rise. The only time I’ve shouted in my teaching career has been to get the attention … Continue reading

April 2, 2018 · Leave a comment

Everyone needs to be in Mrs Zuczek’s classroom…

Thanks to Daniel Sobel for this… We all need to be in Mrs Zuczek’s Classroom for two reasons: As teachers it is what we live and espouse – with no … Continue reading

March 19, 2018 · Leave a comment

Attachment Disorders – The Difficult-to-Teach Child

One of the things that really distressed me as a teacher was that such was the clamour to delivery curriculum content, the specific learning needs of the child were often … Continue reading

February 12, 2018 · Leave a comment

How to Discipline Without Stress, Punishment, or Rewards | ThoughtCo

How can we¬†discipline students, so we as teachers can do our jobs and teach these young children who refuse to learn? People are not changed by other people. People can … Continue reading

January 17, 2018 · Leave a comment

Restorative Justice: Suspensions Don’t Teach

The pathway to escalating responses to poor behaviour in schools is when all in-house methods have been exhausted, or when a single incident has been seen to be of a … Continue reading

November 27, 2017 · Leave a comment

Compassion as a Classroom Tool: an article by Andrea Marshbank

If the first year of teaching leads you to a single conclusion, it should be this… that being fair is more important than being right. Too many new entrants to … Continue reading

November 13, 2017 · Leave a comment

Thought For The Day: Discipline

The fallacy of school discipline: “The child who is loved and self-confident has no need of control, only wise counsel when they seek it.”

July 4, 2017 · Leave a comment

School Exclusions: An Expensive Road to Failure

This is a sad report from my old Local Authority, Nottingham City, showing that the brutal tool of exclusions is still widely used as a way of deflecting student issues… … Continue reading

July 3, 2017 · 1 Comment

Learning, Choice and Motivation

Although this article is written with people with Asperger’s in mind, I think the techniques here apply to everyone. I’d go further; we are currently training up our Labrador puppy, … Continue reading

February 6, 2017 · Leave a comment

Working with students to give them value and values

I can’t fault any of these suggestions… I’d suggest new teachers work on these before embarking on any knee jerk disciplinary actions… Read the full article by Vicki Davis here: … Continue reading

March 25, 2016 · 2 Comments
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