This two-part course examines why a sensory-based behaviour management strategy reduces the barriers to learning difficult behaviour can cause, introducing helpful sensory techniques to use. Clive then outlines a framework to analyse difficult behaviour, focusing on spitting, non-compliance/refusal, aggression & shouting.
In part one, Clive focuses on three main topics:
what is difficult behaviour
how to create a positive behaviour culture in your classroom
sensory strategies to help reduce the impact of difficult behaviour on a pupil’s learning
In part two, Clive asks what purpose the difficult behaviour serves the learner and outlines a framework to examine this focusing on spitting, non-compliance/refusal, aggression & shouting.
This final session will focus on:
the functional purpose the difficult behaviour serves for the learner
the impact of the learner’s difficult behaviour on others within the classroom
a framework to examine difficult behaviour in more detail