Busby, E. (2018, July 18). Teachers should ignore disruptive students to take control of class, study says. Retrieved January 16, 2019

Teachers more likely were to help curb minor disruptive behavior by students by ignoring it, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Exeter Medical School. Professor Tamsin Ford says the approach takes patience and suggests teachers praise students when they follow the rules.

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