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The Calm Classroom

50 Key Techniques for Better Behaviour

Sue Cowley

Sue Cowley Books Ltd

PO Box 1172

Bristol BS39 4ZJ

Copyright Sue Cowley Books Ltd

First published 2012

Smashwords Edition

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Table of Contents


You can … be a calm teacher

You can … have calm children

You can … create a calm classroom environment

You can … have a calm year

You can … plan and deliver calm lessons


If you conjure up an image of your ideal classroom, you probably picture a group of smiling children, listening actively and responding thoughtfully as the teacher explains the learning. When an activity is set, the children focus fully on it. The atmosphere is fun and relaxed, and noise levels never rise too high. An aura of calm pervades the room, and a sense of peace and tranquillity reigns.

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