Hall monitored

9th January 2004 at 00:00
Among the software unveiled at the show was a programme called Team-Teach Epar, which analyses pupil behaviour trends. Makers claim that one secondary which used the software found that 80 per cent of its detentions were issued in corridors between classes. Teachers decided to stand outside classrooms after lessons to make their presence more visible - and cut violent incidents and detentions by half. www.epar-software.comteam-teach

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