Bill, what would you say are the fundamentals of classroom rules?
You say initiating and sustaining whole class attention is essential to building a positive learning environment - how might you develop this?
You talk a lot about the way we use language in a discipline context. Can you give us some examples of where we might improve our own language?
Can you tell us your thoughts on time out?
Can you give us your opinion on traditional punishments?
What would you do about students using phones in the classroom?
Are there times when you have the right to be angry?
Can you tell us a bit more about deferred consequences?
Could a confident teacher come unstuck with a hard to manage class?
Do the skills you advocate rely somewhat on personality?
Do you think we can use rewards to motivate a challenging class?
Honestly, is it ever too late to turn a class around or to help a struggling teacher?
How can we best support students with emotional and behavioural difficulties?
How can we develop a colleague mentoring programme?
How can we help a teacher who is being harassed?
How important is it to have a time out policy?
How should we respond to students' put downs or swearing?
Is there anything we should be doing to help better support supply teachers?
What should I do if students are disruptive at the same time?
What would you do if a class was completely out of control?