Try some new strategies for dealing with disruption in the classroom
With our handy guide you’ll be able to explore how neuroscience-aligned activities and strategies could help to prevent disruptive behavior in your classroom, and understand the science behind it!
If you’re a new buyer, you can get your FREE copy, by using discount code FREEGUIDE to buy any teacher-made, classroom tested resource worth up to $5 on Tes by Friday June 28. You’ll get two great resources without spending a cent!*
How to claim your free guide
1. Get any teaching resource under $5 for free before June 30 using discount code FREEGUIDE at checkout tes.com/how-to-redeem-a-discount-code
2. Download your guide from the pop-up that will appear on screen after your purchase
3. Missed it? Don’t worry. We’ll also email you a copy of your guide within five working days of promo closing
(This code is for new buyers only. If you’ve bought a resource on Tes before, don’t worry, you can still get your FREE copy of our guide by buying a resource of your choice).
Todd Finley, PhD, is a tenured professor of English Education at East Carolina University. He is an assistant editor and blogger for Edutopia: George Lucas Education Foundation, the founder of Todd’s Brain, and the author of Rethinking Classroom Design (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016) and Dinkytown Braves (Amazon, 2015). He has taught elementary school and 7-12th grade English and co-developed the Tar River Writing Project. In 2014 and again in 2015, he was selected as one of the Top 12 Global Teacher Bloggers by Cathy Rubin for the Huffington Post. He kindly took some time out of his busy schedule to write this guide exclusively for Tes teachers. Thanks Todd!