Uxbridge FM Interviewed Chris Ayton for His Book, Behaviour
Chris Ayton was invited by Uxbridge FM to talk about his book, Behaviour on 20th May 2019. The author was interviewed for his creation and answered many questions of the callers. He said that he believes that you can say a lot about a person the way he/she behaves but it becomes a hell of a job when you are dealing with children. Being a teacher himself, he said that this book is based on his encounters with students. All the tips are designed to make teachers comprehend the behaviour of their pupils. The interactive session went very productive and amazing.
Wonderfully written book, Behaviour is bursting with humour and common sense throughout. The brief yet full of pro tips is the handy guide for the survival of teachers. Dealing with different children at the same time is a hell of a job and if you want to manage your classroom the way you want, this book by Chris Ayton is all you need.
Christopher Ayton has served as a teacher for over 30 years. He has taught the students of year 1 to year 11. He has experience in inner-city mainstream schools to special education of needy and disabled children. He devised the behavioural management techniques for his class. He implemented those techniques and it worked for him. He started to share it with his colleagues. After receiving appreciation from his peers, he decided to compile all the tips and techniques in a book so that all teachers can get benefit from it.
Click here to check out this interview by Uxbridge FM.