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A course for Teachers and Parents on Behaviour for Learning. From Support Structures, to Mood Management, Policies, Expectations and Strategies, this course will allow you to understand the importance of understanding challenging student behaviour. and also includes strategies for supporting students with ASD, ADHD and ODD.
A$197/£108 incl

Course Overview

By completing this training you will develop multiple strategies to build rapport, enhance communication and nurture relationships with all of your students, especially those you find challenging to teach. You will better understand the impact of mood and how to interact with parents, whilst gaining significant insight and strategies to deal with student bullying and socialisation issues. You will receive a complete toolkit to increase your resilience and give you the skillset to continue to develop your teaching practice to overcome future challenges.

  • Gain a deeper understanding of student behaviour.
  • Manage behaviour effectively.
  • Understand behaviour as a message.
  • Understand the impact of mood on learning and teaching.
  • Understand the importance of structure, policies and boundaries.
  • Understand the vital role of flexibility and relationships.
  • Improve your classroom behaviour management.
  • Improve rapport with students who differ in behaviour.
  • Benefit from improved relationships with your students.
  • Manage bullying more effectively.
  • Help build student resilience within your classroom and school community.
  • Support those hard-to-reach students in your classroom.
  • Improve support for students with poor socialisation skills and anxiety.
  • Learn how to bounce back when things aren’t going well.
  • Use strategies to support mood and feelings.
  • 7 x 30min (approx.) online, on-demand highly engaging videos.
  • Multiple key strategies to support poor student behaviour.
  • A profiling kit for Challenging Young People (CYP).
  • A boredom checklist.
  • A guide for parents on bullying.
  • Case studies:
    • Boredom – How to identify and manage student boredom.
    • Anxiety – How to support students suffering from anxiety.
    • Video Gaming – Research evidence into positive features of gaming.
    • Homework – How to reduce the negative impact of homework.
    • ADHD – How to increase student concentration levels.
  • 5 Steps to Managing Negative Emotions.
  • 8 Ways to Manage Behaviour.
  • 12 Tips for Transitioning to High School.
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