Challenging behaviour: seeing it through their eyes, and getting it to change
Most teachers, although of course there are exceptions, did well at school. If we hadn't we wouldn't have got the grades we needed to be a teacher. This probably means that we were relatively well behaved and attentive at school, and that can make it hard to empathise with the kid throwing the chair or swearing at you, or going to sleep in your lesson.
This course uses some thought provoking techniques to put you in the shoes of the misbehaving teen or tantrum throwing 6 year old, and uses this empathy to help you to see what needs to change to get the behaviour to change.
Most teachers have a passion for education and respect for others, its hard to see why they would have joined the profession if they didn't. The second half of the course explores how we can turn the empathy effect on its head and use our world view to inspire the disruptive student and turn their behaviour around.
This half day seminar available in London on Saturday 15th June, 2013, presentation by Jane Borgeaud
£80 including VAT and registration fee
Registration at 10am seminar ends at 1pm
Comments from previous attendees:
"Brilliant session... enhanced my confidence"
"Very well presented, very informative"
"Comprehensive and informative"
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Cancellation policy: cancellation 7 days prior to the event 50%, thereafter no refund although a transfer to another course may be arranged when possible.
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