Course of the Week - Low-level disruption

20th March 2009 at 00:00

What is it?

Advice on how to reduce low-level disruption in the classroom.

Where and when?

March 27, London.

What's it about?

This course demonstrates how to deal with low-level disruption with confidence and purpose. It will assess why it occurs, how it can be reduced, what approaches and strategies work and will focus on some of the most commonly occurring conditions, such as autistic spectrum disorders.

How much?

Pounds 210.

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