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what are the differing attitudes to childrens behaviour in class by adults
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Riddle_Jimmy answers:

Good, bad and indifferent.


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fruit-n-nutty answers:

It depends on what you mean by 'class'. I think society in general, and not just teachers and parents, has neglected children, especially over the last 15 years or so. The posh rich parents had the nanny take the kids to and from boarding school every week and the poor under pressure parents work double jobs to pay ever-increasing mortgages and so neither class spend much direct time with their kids these days... It is having an observable impact now. Children are now being raised by tv and computer games (most aimed at agression and speed) so are we surprised when they crash cars and beat each other up when they hit 20? After all,, they've been doing it in their living rooms all their lives... As for behaviour in class?? These days, be grateful that they're even in class...


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cairina.moschata answers:

what are the differing attitudes to childrens behaviour in class by adults study projects

I don't know who marked the question as helpful but it would be if you gave some examples of what aspects of behaviour you are looking at.

If you are concentrating on good behaviour, then adult's attitude is going to be different to that of ones with bad behaviour.

Also, who are the adults that you are referring to; teachers? teaching assistants? parents that come in to help? OFSTED? student teachers? SENCO? County?

You need to refine your question if you wish a more complete answer, there are those on here with teaching experience but the question is far too open.


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