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Volume 3 - No. 5 - 2004


An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest  
- Benjamin Franklin 

Classroom Management by Maite Galn and Tom Maguire

Classroom management often starts by healing guilty consciences.

Thus the opening premise of this article.

Tom and Maite suggest that Instead of using the influence of power we need to use the power of influence - through positive management. The aim of positive management is to give teachers the resources they need to maintain the balance between controlling pupils behaviour and fostering the growth of positive human values.

In a fascinating article they draw heavily upon the techniques of Neuro-Linguistic Programming to define this thesis and demonstrate the use of appropriate resources,