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About the 'Toolkit':
Written as a reaction to a teacher asking `How do I get my class to be quiet?' The initial response given - `Go away and think about it' was not enough and so the Toolkit began as the Post-Its, scribbles, notes and jottings which linked and grew to become a `route map' showing the most important ways to a successful, well-managed classroom.
Here is the result; a Toolkit to help any teacher to:
-Manage the classroom effectively
-See the next steps for improving behaviour within the class
-Have a reminder of the dos and don'ts of teaching primary school children
-Ask questions about their own practice
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Aimed initially at the Newly Qualified Teacher in their first few terms, the toolkit is also of great value to Established Teachers who need to go back to basics from time to time. It is equally useful in the Teacher Training Environment as part of the course material or to Teacher Mentors working in schools and LEA's in support of new teachers.
About the author:
Alex Moir has been a Primary School teacher for ten years, and has been a Deputy Headteacher for the past five years. Previously he worked as a 1 to 1 helper for children with disabilities and learning difficulties. During his time in education he has worked with children with a variety of specific needs and with extremely challenging behaviour.
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