Why Consequences Need to Change

In my last post, I spoke of how behaviour management policies, and how theories of behaviour management, don’t always work well in practice for all students. However, it isn’t just the behavioural management theories and practices that fail students, it is also the consequences that we employ to punish students. One of the things that … Continue reading Why Consequences Need to Change

Surveillance in Classrooms: a Chance to Reflect on Teaching Practice

Recently, I saw on the news a segment about how some schools in the UK are trialling body cams on teachers in an effort to combat bad behaviour. Being that we are talking about classrooms full of minors, there are obvious considerations that need to be taken, with the article commenting that teachers would have … Continue reading Surveillance in Classrooms: a Chance to Reflect on Teaching Practice