Classroom Management Skills

Classroom Management Skills
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

March 28th 2007


Caitlin Collins

Sue Gwinnell-Smith is delighted to know that students at her Sussex comprehensive school find her not just scary but 'nice scary'. Littlehampton Community School has 2000 students aged 11 - 18, and Sue has special responsibility for the behaviour support unit for those with severely disruptive behavioural and emotional difficulties. With a background of over 30 years in education, much of it specialising in children's emotional and behavioural problems, combined with 15 years practice of Tibetan Buddhism, and, more recently, NLP Practitioner training, Sue teaches the students how to manage their own behaviour and helps the staff to support them in learning to take responsibility for their actions....


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