February 12, 2011

Behaviour 4 Learning Workshops

An interesting day.

I had an interesting chat with Chris Gittins after one of the sessions today. I’ve had a session with him every one of these days and I’m always talking so I’m sure he recognises me. Or not. Ha. Anyway I was talking to him about how I found the ideals at university slightly different to that of school and how his sessions were actually helping. He said it was good we got experience before learning how to control the behaviour as we would know in what situations certain techniques would work and when they wouldn’t. The one thing he said to me that I found very useful was

“There are so many people in this field and everyone will tell you how to do things. You just need to remember that there are some things you should definitely take on board, and some things you should definitely not.”

Interesting hey…

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  1. He’s right. So you need to learn how to discern the one from the other when you are offered different advice by different people.

    13 Feb 2011, 00:22

  2. It is about having an open mind isn’t it. The final goal needs to be kept in mind…every single one of the pupils need to be making progress….

    13 Feb 2011, 12:36

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