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Studies indicate that teachers spend as much as half their time in the classroom organizing students for instruction, dealing with misbehaviour and handling individual problems. Researchers have also found that student behaviour and discipline are now the most serious concerns among American and Canadian educators.

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Published January 1st 2000 by Detselig Enterprises (first published December 1st 1993)
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Dr. Jack Martin is Burnaby Mountain Endowed Professor of Psychology. His research interests are in philosophy and history of psychology social‐developmental psychology, and educational psychology, with particular emphasis on the psychology of selfhood, agency, and
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