- agree what we mean by ‘challenging behaviour’
- understand how special needs can result in challenging behaviour
- identify aspects of the environment which can affect behaviour
- develop a range of strategies for changing moods
- raise awareness of the importance of establishing rules and routines
- develop strategies for analysing patterns of behaviour
- learn how to create incentives and reduce sanctions
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Feedback from our participants
“I am much more conscious of how to move students on in small steps and of my positive and expectant attitude being of paramount importance.
Teaching Assistant, Greenford, UK | Jul 2016
“The training has helped me think about strategies that could be put into place during lessons to deal with behavioural issues. Hopefully, the students I work with will benefit from my learning too. The key areas I want to concentrate on are: safe, comfortable, stimulating learning environments; praise; sense of humour.
UK | Jul 2015
“I now have confidence to stick with strategies like tactically ignoring a pupil then following them up. Student X had daily incidents of poor behaviour. He now has the odd off day, sometimes loses control for a short time, but he is better able to calm down and get back on task. He completes tasks in class and is making good progress.
Assistant Head, Coventry, UK | Apr 2015