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SRF Guiding Children's Behaviour in Practice

Description

This training aims to promote and build Educators knowledge of children’s social and emotional development and build their capacity to apply this to all children especially those presenting with challenging behaviour. It uses a proactive approach to promote positive socially responsible behaviour. Key concepts participants will learn include:

  • Understanding child development in relation to children’s behaviour
  • Understanding and reflecting on practice relating to social and emotional wellbeing and environments.
  • Understanding physical environments.
  • Understanding behaviour has a communicative function
  • Interpreting and responding to challenging behaviours

This program is offered on the Department of Education’s Menu of Evidence. It will identify the key components related to promoting positive behaviour in children using the KU Guiding Children’s Behaviour: Promoting relationships and responding positively to challenging behaviour and the Guiding Children’s Behaviour in Practice: A team approach publications.

Completing Guiding Children’s Behaviour in Practice will contribute 3 hours PD addressing 1.3.2, 3.5.2, 4.3.2 and 5.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

This event is suitable for all early childhood professionals

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