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In a Class of Their Own

Synopsis

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Six films which try to find out 'What Makes a Good Teacher?'
It's hard to talk about method in Sean O'Regan's art-room. The atmosphere is friendly, relaxed and at first sight chaotic. Sean treats his pupils as friends and the response he gets is enormous. The true results of his teaching he believes come out in the children's 'living' rather than their work, although some of the work is exceptional.

"My days at school are marvellous; they're one happening after another. Every day becomes an excitement - I think and hope the kids are getting something from it."

Contributors

Subject: Sean O'Regan
Producer: Lawrence Gordon Clark






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