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    Behaviour Matters - Positive Behaviour Strategies for Casual Relief Educators


    PD Outline:

    The session aims to support casual relief educators with strategies to address classroom management challenges that comes with always being a new face in the classroom. Content will relate to the following areas:

    • Prevention: Fostering engagement and buy-in for students
    • Response: Proactivity and following up on behaviours
    • Resolving: Effective and positive behaviour interventions

    AITSL Standards:

    Standard 3.5 - Use effective classroom communication

    Standard 4.1 – Support student participation

    Standard 4.2 – Manage classroom activities

    Standard 4.3 – Manage challenging behaviour

    Standard 4.4 – Manage student safety

    Standard 6.2 – Engage in professional learning and improve practice

    About the presenter:

    David Vinegrad established Behaviour Matters in 2004, with the aim of providing a range of services that assists organisations deliver on being safe and productive workplaces where behaviour matters. He has co-authored several teacher resources associated with Restorative Practice processes. avid is an accredited Restorative Justice Facilitator with VARJ (Victorian Association for Restorative Justice) and is a member of the VARJ Committee. His style is engaging, humorous, and honest, and he uses practical examples and storytelling to guide the way. His wide experience and knowledge of school organisation and management culture means that he can apply best practice to policy and processes resulting in increased learning outcomes, safer schools, and improved relationships. David has a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Education in Counseling and Adolescent Development. He is registered teacher with the Victorian Institute of Teaching and was awarded the Tasmanian Teaching Certificate.

    • A $5 booking fee will be charged on all cancelled registrations
    • Registrations cancelled within 7 days of the event cannot be refunded however can be credited towards another Professional Development session with anzuk in 2019
    • No refunds or credits will be processed for cancellations within 24 hours of the event
    • Registrations will close strictly 24 hours prior to the event
    • Please note that there is a minimum number of registrations required for us to run this event, if this number is not reached, the event will be cancelled and you will be informed 48 hours prior

    Facilitator

    Dave Vinegrad

    David Vinegrad established Behaviour Matters in 2004, with the aim of providing a range of services that assists organisations deliver on being safe and productive workplaces where behaviour matters. He has co-authored several teacher resources associated with Restorative Practice processes. avid is an accredited Restorative Justice Facilitator with VARJ (Victorian Association for Restorative Justice) and is a member of the VARJ Committee. His style is engaging, humorous, and honest, and he uses practical examples and storytelling to guide the way. His wide experience and knowledge of school organisation and management culture means that he can apply best practice to policy and processes resulting in increased learning outcomes, safer schools, and improved relationships. David has a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Education in Counseling and Adolescent Development. He is registered teacher with the Victorian Institute of Teaching and was awarded the Tasmanian Teaching Certificate.

    Read more about Dave Vinegrad

    When

    Monday, 18 March 2019
    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

    Where

    Old Orchard Primary School
    Koonung Road
    Blackburn North , VIC 3130
    Australia

    Cost

    $30.00

    This event is fully booked. Thanks for your interest.

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