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Understanding student behaviour in schools: a Diversity of Approaches

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAddressing Pupils’ Behaviour:
Subtitle of host publicationResponses at District, School and Individual Levels
EditorsJ. Wearmouth, T. Glynn, R.C. Richmond, M. Berryman
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherDavid Fulton Publishing Ltd.
Pages1-15
ISBN (Print)1-84312-230-8, 978-1-84312-230-2
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Abstract

The expert contributors to this book make sense of the different approaches to understanding pupil behaviour in schools, providing a comprehensive overview thorough discussion of key topics. The book covers: Cultural issues such as ethnic diversity and the underachievement of boys; Psychological perspectives, including a range of behavioural models; Medical conditions, including AD/HD and autism; Sociological issues, specifically the challenges of including pupils whose behaviour is hard to manage.

Notes

J. Wearmouth and B. Connors, ‘Understanding student behaviour in schools: a diversity of approaches’, in J. Wearmouth, T. Glynn, R. C. Richmond, and M. Berryman, eds., Addressing Pupils’ Behaviour: Responses at District, School and Individual Levels (London: David Fulton Publishers Ltd, 2004), ISBN: 1-84312-231-6

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