TER #040 – Behaviour Management with Paul Dix – 25 Jan 2015

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Main Features: Paul Dix from Pivotal Education in the UK talks with Cameron about Behaviour Management in Schools. Corinne speaks with Annabel Astbury about ABC Splash.

Regular Features: Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne talk education and politics.

Listener Feedback Question: What are some positive behaviour/classroom management strategies that you have implemented, or seen implemented in a school?

Leave your response via voice message by clicking the button on the right of the website, or join our Voxer discussion group (email info@terpodcast.com to join!) or simply leave a reply to this page in the comments section below!

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Timecode:

00:00 – Opening Credits

01:19 – Intro

05:04 – ABC Splash, Annabel Astbury

13:49 – Education in the News

30:54 – News Discussion

44:00 – Main Feature Intro

46:01 – Interview with Paul Dix

01:21:30 – Discussion, Behaviour Management

01:43:10 – Announcements

01:47:09 – Quote & Sign Off

 

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