Working successfully with students with learning disabilities requires an in-depth understanding of behaviour and its functions. The next step of analysing their behaviour then leads to informed decisions on using a range of strategies to promote positive behaviour. In this way, we address their underlying needs instead of merely dealing with “symptoms” on the surface.
This insightful course gives you a foundation on human behaviour and the possible causes of challenging behaviour. You will examine different facets of behaviour using authentic and contextualised case scenarios and a range of proactive and reactive strategies for positive interaction and engagement in the classroom with students with ADHD, ASD, and Dyslexia. As this workshop focuses largely on acquisition of strategies to interact and engage with students, you will be asked to participate in a series of role-plays based on a range of scenarios, with personalised observation, feedback, and coaching from our trainer.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
$140.00 per pax (before funding and before GST)
$70.00 (before GST and after e2i funding)
e2i funding is not applicable for participants receiving other funding from government sources for this workshop. 100% attendance is mandatory.
In the event an individual who is not eligible for funding signs up and pays the funded course fee, RCTC reserves the right to bill the outstanding amount (unfunded portion). RCTC's decision will be final.
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