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Early Professional Development in the Scottish Context: Pre-service High School Teachers and the Management of Behaviour in Classrooms
This article examines the challenges and issues faced by pre-service teachers in relation to classroom behavior management. The author found that the journeys of these participants undertaken in relation to professional identity formation. It was also found that the narration were unique to each and to the diverse school contexts they worked within. However, the author also found common themes in relation to these experiences. These participants found themselves being encouraged to assume the position of power and enforcement over the source of the challenging behaviour, the child.
Updated: Dec. 19, 2018
In this article, a survey focusing on primary schools in Scotland established the extent to which some form of ability grouping has emerged within classes dealing with children from 5 to 12 years of age. Teaching in these schools was considered to be more direct and interactive with more time available for individual support. This article highlights the significance of personal constructs of ability when setting is applied.
Updated: Feb. 07, 2012