Women & Behaviour

by | Nov 1, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, Leadership | 0 comments


Last month I hit another career goal! I was interviewed by WomenEd. 

WomenEd is a global grassroots movement which connects aspiring and existing women leaders in education and gives women leaders a voice in education.

I was interviewed by one of the brilliant co-founders, Jules Daulby.

Before we started, Jules remarked on how rare it is to have women publicly talking about behaviour in schools, and throughout the discussion we look at gender biases and how we can be authentic in our classrooms when supporting behaviour – whoever we are, however we identify.


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