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Understanding and Supporting Behaviour


Course aims

Understanding and Supporting Behaviour course image
  • explore definitions of difficult behaviour
  • explore how a student's individual learning needs can lead to inappropriate behaviour
  • describe a range of assessment tools
  • assess the purpose, function and context of behaviour
  • outline adjustments to teaching and learning that foster positive outcomes
  • provide systems which promote proactive and consistent classroom practice

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Feedback from our participants

I am now far more conscious of pre-empting issues before they became issues. Also talking to students about behaviour goals and involving them in the process of identifying goals and working towards them worked well.

Teacher, New South Wales, AUS | May 2015

Since completing this course I feel I can confidently identify and establish attainable goals to support individual students learning needs. I can monitor and assess students progress and set new goals when necessary.

Teacher, New South Wales, AUS | Mar 2015

When I worked with the students that my SMART goals applied to my practice changed for the better because it meant I was less stressed and had a strategy to deal with the problematic behaviour.

Teacher, New South Wales, AUS | Mar 2015

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