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Webinar: Teaching Strategies for Challenging Behaviours

15th Oct 2019
03:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Online

TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

Description:

Challenging classroom behaviours can stop students from engaging with their learning, and take teacher focus from teaching to behavior management.

Teachers can help minimise disruptive behaviours by creating safe learning environments and building positive relationships with students.

By understanding the motivations and unmet needs that are leading to challenging behaviours, teachers can change the learning environment in a positive way.

This webinar shares your experiences of challenging classroom behaviours, unpacks what gives rise to them, and repacks them with management strategies that support change.

Category:

Introductory (New to the topic):
These sessions are aimed at practitioners that have a broad theoretical knowledge and practical experience of training and assessment. They operate independently and seek guidance when necessary. 

Audience

These sessions are for VET practitioners, teachers, trainers and engagement program staff.

Topics Covered

  • Helping students learn how to learnDealing with attitude: power with, not power over
  • Developing relationships for positive outcomes
  • Creating safe learning environments
  • Engaging learners 
  • Understanding the impact of learning disorders and student anxiety
  • Restorative practices

Location

All webinar sessions are held online via BlackBoard Collaborate.

Learning Outcomes

 
  • Strategies for creating positive classrooms
  • How to have ‘power with rather than power over’ students
  • A focus on learning rather than teaching
  • Ways to develop a positive educational experience for all

Facilitator

Karen Dymke

Karen has been a TAFE and ACFE teacher, trainer and presenter with over 20 years’ experience. Her interest and specialisation in learning differences has included research and providing professional development activities across a range of sectors and working in conjunction with other specialists in the field. 

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