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The Taking Responsibility Programme for Adolescents


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The Taking Responsibility Programme series sets out a behaviour management programme that works. TRP is based on clear expectations and negotiated consequences, and is useful for individuals, groups, classes and the whole school. This resource is designed to help students make quality choices and learn self-control so they may enjoy positive relationships. It includes supporting documents and worksheets that are ready for immediate use.

Ages: 11-17 | Pages: 52
Code: 0248 | ISBN: 9781877390401

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Stephanie Thompson

Stephanie Thompson is principal of a semi-rural school in the South Island, New Zealand. Since 2002 she has re-developed and instigated a number of processes and systems at the school. Prior to that she taught at a large urban primary school. Stephanie has worked in education for more than a decade and has taught across all levels.