17 JunWhat shapes disruptive behaviour in your learning environment?
A parent of a 3 year old boy who had just started at pre-school was called in by his teacher and told that her son was disruptive. Is he really disruptive, is there an underlying issue or is his behaviour shaped by the culture in the classroom?
Classroom Culture: The 5 Principles ***REGISTER NOW***
Live online session
June 22, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm (AEST)
Foster a positive classroom culture in your Early Childhood Education and Care service with the Crisis Prevention Institute’s new program for Early Years Educators. Classroom Culture is a program for educational professionals interested in fostering a positive culture within their setting, starting with individual classroom practice. Participants will leave with an understanding of the aims of the program and an overview of the following five principles upon which the course is based and how they apply to early years settings.
- Consistent Calm Behaviour
- Sustainable Routines
- First Attention to Best Conduct
- Scripted Interventions
- Restorative Approaches
Quality areas: QA5
Australian Professional Standards: Standards 3-5
Presenter: Maria Taylor – International Director of Training, Crisis Prevention Institute
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