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Using Humour in the Classroom

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A hands-on, how-to guide for effective and enjoyable teaching practice

Take a positive stance with Using Humour in the Classroom. This hands-on, how-to guide promotes the use of humour to build rapport, encourage student achievement, and help teachers remain enthused in the classroom. It addresses both the advantages and pitfalls associated with humour, and has ideas that will sustain, support and surprise teachers of the modern classroom.

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Ages: 9-17 | Pages: 56
Code: 0251 | ISBN: 9781877390432

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John Hellner

John Hellner, a self-confessed "humorologist", has taught or worked as a teacher-educator in New Zealand secondary schools from 1975 to 2009. A former head of history at Auckland Grammar and deputy principal at Orewa College, he delivered the University of Waikato Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary) at Tauranga. He is currently working at Overseas Family School in Singapore. John has published articles on education, and he believes humour is vital in a teacher-student relationship, which enhances learning.