What’s more important: planning or behaviour management?

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Behaviour management, obviously.

Why? If you think planning is more important then you may well believe that poor behaviour is the result of the planning, and that a really ace plan should nullify any disruption. But what if poor behaviour still takes place? Whose fault is it then? Is there more planning to be done?

Get the behaviour right first.

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One Response to What’s more important: planning or behaviour management?

  1. RogerM says:

    And teachers who can’t DO behaviour management bury themselves in planning, spreadsheets et al – any thing to avoid being effective at the coal face.

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