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Ways to work with challenging children.

Ways to work with challenging children.

Challenging students need to be understood and re-engaged to get them on track, says this teacher

Let’s be honest: when it happens day after day, challenging behaviour such as disobedience, backchat, anger issues or other disruption from a child can really grind us down. It can change us from being patient, compassionate people with a genuine desire to make a difference, into sleep-starved, wild-eyed desperados, convinced a student has a personal vendetta.

It can make us forget that if a student has barriers that stop them learning the way they want to, it is up to us to identify how we can help them.

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