Paul Dix is founder and lead trainer of Pivotal Education since 2001. He has five published titles on behaviour and assessment.

Based in the United Kingdom, Dix has advised the Department for Education on Teacher Standards, given evidence to the Education Select Committee and has done extensive work with the Ministry of Justice on Behaviour and Restraint in Youth Custody. He is a National Training Award Winner, writes for the Times Educational supplement and Teach Primary Magazine.

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Teaching tips Volume 3: Behaviour management
Teaching tips Volume 3: Behaviour management

Here, UK-based behaviour management instructor Paul Dix shares advice to help with tricky behavioural situations that may arise in your classroom.

Teaching tips Volume 2: Behaviour management
Teaching tips Volume 2: Behaviour management

Our inaugural Teacher survey asked what you'd like to see more of in 2016.  One of the most popular topic suggestions was behaviour management. Here, UK-based behaviour management instructor Paul Dix shares advice to help with tricky situations that may arise in your own classroom.

How much does your behaviour policy weigh?
How much does your behaviour policy weigh?

'Most school behaviour policies are a collection of confused and rehashed ideas that barely worked for yesterday’s children, let alone today's.' Paul Dix discusses how to simplify things.

Behaviour management: Angry children
Behaviour management: Angry children

‘Some children follow rules and boundaries. Angry children follow people first.’ Paul Dix discusses how to manage the behaviour of angry children.

Behaviour management: Standing together
Behaviour management: Standing together

‘When the adults change, everything changes’. Behaviour management instructor Paul Dix shares advice on how to change a student behaviour issue consistently and calmly.