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the ideas, strategies and routines shared with our teachershave led to improved classroom practice.
“The Needs Focused behaviour management workshops in support of
teacher training in Northern Ireland have been very well received and theideas, strategies and routines shared with our teachers have led toimproved classroom practice. This has been validated by both inspectionsat the University and observations of
Celia O’Hagan, School of Education, University of Ulster
How do I kn
ow? It’s been happening before my very eyes
“You are making such a significant positive impact on the lives of so many
children by changing the attitudes of teachers on the ground floor. How
do I know? It’s been happening before my very eyes
“…worked wonders in addressing the participants’ concerns…”
We were delighted to be able to get Rob Plevin in to work with our TeachFirst participants. From the start his dynamic approach captivated thegroup and they were enthralled throughout. Rob covered crucial issuesrelating to behaviour management thoroughly and worked wonders in
addressing the participants’ concerns
about teaching in some of the most challenging schools in the country. We will be inviting Rob back on every possible occasion to work with all of our participants and trainees.
Terry Hudson, Regional Director ‘Teach First’, Sheffield Hallam
I have never enjoyed a course, nor learnt as much as I did withRob.
What a wonderfully insightful, non patronising, entertainingly informativeday. I have never enjoyed a course, nor learnt as much as I did with Rob.I was so impressed that I am recommending our school invite Rob alongto present to all the staff so that we can all benefit from his knowledge,experience and humour.
Richard Lawson-Ellis - Course Attendee