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‘Schools 'ignore bad behaviour' to fool Ofsted inspectors, says classroom tsar’
Article 'Schools' ignore bad behaviour 'to fool Ofsted inspectors, says classroom tsar' was written by Richard Adams Education editor on Tuesday 16 June 2015 21.29 in Guardian.
Tom Bennett, appointed by Nicky Morgan to improve teacher training on pupil behaviour in England, says schools also often leave new teachers unsupported. The expert on pupil behaviour believes that teachers ignore the magnitude of bad behaviour taking place in their classrooms. The inspectors are only shown certain lessons, which are often quite artificial. Some teachers are afraid to record bad behaviour.
Therefore it is necessary to help the teachers. Being left without sufficient support inexperienced teachers tend to acquire really bad habits: they may become aggressive or defensive instead of building up confidence and routines.
Tom Bennett knows very well all the typical mistakes of a newly qualified teacher from his own experience.
Tom Bennett thinks that schools should help kids as early as possible to self-manage their behaviour, to learn good things like self-restraint and civil discourse, teachers would be able to assist a lot of kids away from the kind of lifestyle that leads them towards the darker end of life and behaviour.