Improving Behaviour – Why Rewards And Sanctions Are Just Not Enough

Traditional approaches to behaviour management just don't work with many children. Emotion coaching is a much better way, argues Dr. Janet Rose.

The government’s recent launch of the Behaviour Hubs programme and the report on which it is based (Tom Bennett’s ‘Creating a Culture’ review), seem to reinforce long-held traditions about the value of rewards and sanctions as the main vehicle for managing pupil behaviour.

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