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Learning through play can lead to poor behaviour.

Learning through play can lead to poor behaviour.

MODERN teaching techniques where pupils are allowed to learn through play can lead to poor behaviour, a new report warns.

  So called active learning - where pupils are also encouraged to work in groups or teach each other - have also been blamed for a lack of focus in secondary school when pupils sit exams.

  The warning comes in a report by Ipsos MORI Scotland following a survey of teachers' attitudes towards behaviour in primary and secondary schools, commissioned by the Scottish Government.

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