6th November, 2020 @ 9:00 am
06/11/2020 - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Day 1: This full day workshop, hosted by the AISSA and presented by external psychologists Kerry Burke & Lisa Chisholm, will explore student behaviour through a developmental lens. The workshop will focus on:
- social and emotional development, particularly in school-age years
- effects of trauma and adverse life events
- supportive classroom practice and strategies for both typically developing students and those requiring additional supports
Day 2: This full day workshop will be provided to teachers and school leaders, focusing on fostering proactive, positive behaviour strategies and supports within schools from the everyday classroom through to intervention. The workshop will consider practical actions and responses in the educational setting, with consideration to the learning from Day 1 in the series. Topics covered include:
- positive behaviour support
- response to intervention
- functional behaviour analysis
- individual behaviour support plans.
Participants will increase their capacity to understand and apply current research and evidence-based strategies in a contextualized manner, proactively supporting positive behaviours.
Registration for this two-day series will incur a fee of $100 plus GST per participant. Participants are required to register for all sessions in the series and may not attend single days:
Leaders and teachers facilitating positive behaviour in both classroom and whole-school contexts.
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions the AISSA is required to enforce set limits on the number of attendees for this event based on social distancing and maximum density rules. To secure your place please complete the registration as attendance at the AISSA office without a confirmed place may result in being turned away if the event is at capacity.
There is no on-site parking available. For parking options please refer to the parking map. Tram stop #1 Greenhill Road is a 6-minute walk away.
For registration enquiries please contact Rae Dawkins.