Focus on...Let them go?
Issue 128 | Page 3 | Published May 2013
You may feel that ‘letting go’ of your pupils is a risky business, that they will run riot in the classroom, learning very little. But is this a behaviour issue rather than one of learning? ‘Letting go’ does not mean giving up control or direction of learning; we had no control over this in the first place!
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