Introduction to Managing Challenging Behaviour
This is a set of two workshops which have been developed to address recent research that highlights the concern of a majority of teachers who believe that behaviour in the classroom is getting worse. More teachers have seen standards of behaviour decline in the past five years and behaviour management has been highlighted as one of the key factors in causing teachers stress. These two workshops are aimed at school staff who experience stress and frustration related to classroom behaviour problems.
Course Summary – Part One
Delivered by clinical professionals, this two hour workshop has been written against a backdrop of measures to increase the authority of teachers to discipline pupils and ensure good behaviour. The content of the workshop is complementary to current guidance for schools which emphasises discipline for good behaviour but does not fully take into account the consideration of behaviour as a form of communicating unmet emotional needs. This workshop is based on up to date research emphasising that a focus on mental health issues is essential to understanding, and therefore helping to change, some of the challenging behaviours of young people.
Course Summary – Part Two
The second two hour workshop is tailored to each individual setting and provides an opportunity to consult with YMCA Trinity Group and consider the practical strategies that your setting would like to explore in greater detail.
- To understand the nature of challenging behaviour as communication
- To understand challenging behaviour in the context of the developing brain
- To explore possible classroom strategies for managing challenging behaviour
To give more people the opportunity to develop their understanding, we have teamed up with The Skills Network to offer all schools that purchase our Whole Staff programmes the opportunity to access additional Level 2 Distance Learning courses in a variety of related topics. Not only can school staff benefit from the accredited programmes, but parents can also access them – FREE of charge! Click here for more information.
“Really opened my eyes about how I can mirror a child’s behaviour, manage my own anger and make my empathy more explicit and constructive for the children in my class.” – Teacher
“Very relevant to my role, useful insight. It is comforting to know that empathy is the way forward – something I/we have already been practising” – Teaching Assistant
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