Positive Behaviour Strategies: To reduce and eliminate behaviour that challenges.with Sophie Cole, Early Years Practitioner and Primary School Special Education Teacher.
This webinar would be particularly suitable for Teachers and SNAs working with students who present with behaviours that challenge. This webinar looks a stratergies that support students with Intellectual disabilities. Parents of children with behaviours that challenge would also benefit from this workshop.
This webinar will focus on practical, evidence-based strategies to support students positive behaviour. We focus on understanding behaviour and the triggers for it. Understanding how to carry out effective observations and implement them to support your students positive behaviour. We will explore techniques to create a safe and stimulating environment to reduce/elimenate behaviours that challenge. Finally we will discuss techniques for responding to behaviour that challenges. These resources promote positive behaviour and self regulation across a range of environments.
Positive Behaviour Strategies Workshop
This webinar will develop understanding surrounding behaviour.
We will explore observation methods and how to implement these.
We will develop your skills and stragergies used to promotoe Positive Behaviour and support students in the learning environment.
Finally we will discuss techniques for responding to behaviour that challenges, which will enable you to defuse the situation.
Facilitator: Sophie Cole BA in Early Years and Childhood Studies (UCC). Honours Degree in Primary Education (UK) and founder of Positive Beings.
Sophie has previous experience in managing preschools and Early Years centres. Sophie now works as a special education teacher and has a number of years’ experience teaching in a mainstream primary, and special school setting. She is also a Tutor in SNA level 6. Sophie set up her own business Positive Beings. Positive Beings work with children with moderate, severe and profound intellectual disabilities and those who present with behaviours that challenge.