Positive Behaviour Management
A BehaveAbility seminar. 20% new content
Darwin. Monday 30 May 2016 at the Mercure Airport Resort.
This course addresses standards 4.1.2, 4.2.2, 4.3.2 and 4.4.2 of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
20% new content!
This seminar, the only one of its type in Australia, will discuss practical classroom behaviour management strategies (4 ¼ hours of the 5 ½ hours) and nutritional approaches (1 ¼ hour of the 5 ½ hours) for dealing with and preventing the myriad of misbehaviours that teachers typically encounter in schools.
Some of the topics covered include:
• The three major strategies for managing disruptive behaviour.
• How to avoid confirming a student’s dysfunctional view of the world and themselves.
• Dealing with non-compliance.
• Written rules vs unwritten rules
• Why teaching is a free personal growth course
• Why some students say nasty / hurtful things.
• What to say when you don’t know what to say.
• The importance of establishing whole school systems of support and research proven examples.
• The difference between prevention and intervention and practical examples of each, and why it is important to focus the majority of our energy on prevention.
• How certain foods and food additives affect behaviour and what to look out for
• The importance of a healthy diet in children's development and learning
What other delegates have said...
"Thank you for the most informative and entertaining day I have ever attended. we were all so engaged , I just wanted to hear more and more. A fantastic day!"
Coonabarabran Public School, NSW
“A fantastic seminar. Very inspiring and informative. I feel rejuvenated.”
Di Dass, Kellyville High School, NSW
“…believing there is an opportunity to change offers so much hope when we are stuck. Your seminars offer answers and hope.”
Milly Kairouz, Chester Hill High School, NSW
”Ian Luscombe has a rare talent in communicating his knowledge about engaging students who present with severe emotional disorders and behavioural challenges..."
Dr Christine Richmond
Former academic, author and behaviour consultant
"Ian Luscombe is a renowned expert in behavior management...His cutting edge strategies will inspire and empower you to be the best that you can be. Do not miss this speaker."
Prof. Hazel McBride
Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology
University of Toronto, Canada
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Cost includes arrival beverages, morning tea, lunch and handouts.