Supporting Positive Behaviour in Early Childhood and OSHC
One of the greatest challenges for educators is how they respond to children’s behaviour in positive ways. This session will help educators to understand the factors that influence children’s behaviour and develop programs that support positive relationships and behaviour. Educators will be given practical strategies for enhancing children’s wellbeing and creating calm, positive environments.
Deepen their understanding of children’s feelings and behaviour and explore ways to build trusting relationships.
Explore ways to help children gain important skills for self-regulation, positive communication and problem-solving.
Gain practical skills to create calm, positive programs and environments.
1.0– Know learners and how they learn, 3.0– Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning, 4.0– Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments , 6.0– Engage in professional learning, 7.0– Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and community
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 within the year.
No refunds or credits will be processed for cancellations within 24 hours of the event
Registrations will close strictly 48 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.
Community Child Care – Debbie Cole
Debbie Cole is a trainer and consultant who works with educators and teachers in the OSHC, early childhood and school sectors. She is a qualified early childhood and primary school teacher and has worked in a range of OSHC and early childhood programs. She is a strong advocate of quality programs for children and works with educators and services to enhance children’s learning and development, and inspire change.
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