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Acknowledgements Introduction 1. The role of policy in influencing thinking 2. Behaviour guidance and policy 3. Reframing behaviour management 4. Learning behaviours 5. Relationships for learning 6. Relationship with curriculum 7. Relationship with self and relationship with others 8. Behaviour policies and learning behaviour 9. Promoting learning behaviours in your classroom: Context and Conditions 10. Positive Correction: Protecting Relationships 11. Dealing with more challenging behaviour 12. Reframing Special Educational Needs 13. Transitions Conclusion
Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
'The book is essential reading for all training and practicing teachers and other professionals working with challenging pupils...This is an excellent book that links learning and behaviour, via the term "learning behaviour". The use of this term seeks to demonstrate that promoting learning and managing behaviour should not been seen as separate issues.' - Ralph Surman, Deputy Head, Contrell Primary School, Nottingham