Understanding the Impact of Adversity and Trauma on Behaviour in Schools

Michelle Murray, Senior Manager at Life Without Barriers, says the biggest barrier to school stability and engagement for children in out-of-home care (OOHC) is the misinterpretation of the language, expressed through behaviour of the child and                                                                          how the school community responds to it.

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How to Avoid and Manage Meltdowns in Students

Louise Griffiths, is a teacher at Mount Evelyn Christian School, who works in The Butterfly Centre, a specialised classroom for students who live with Autism Spectrum Disorder or who have survived trauma. In this preview Louise outlines the 8 strategies she uses to help children avoid and manage meltdowns.

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Essential Behaviour Support Skills for Schools Part 1: Prevention

In this behaviour support skills webinar you will learn to use the language of expectation to talk with students about learning and behaviour, and explore four practical skills that prevent behaviour issues arising.

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Essential Behaviour Support Skills for Schools Part 2: Encouragement

Learn why praise and encouragement are different, how to use the language of acknowledgement to recognise and encourage appropriate behaviour, and explore practical strategies to encourage self-efficacy in students.

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Essential Behaviour Support Skills for Schools - Part 3: Correction

Learn how to use the language of correction to quickly get students back on task in the least intrusive way, and explore practical strategies to promote positive behaviour.

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The Mistaken Goals of Behaviour

In this webinar, you will learn why a student’s behaviour might cause you to feel annoyed, angry, hurt or helpless, and we will explore how your responses can either reinforce the inappropriate behaviour, or empower the student to learn more appropriate ways to have their needs met.
 

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