Posts Tagged ‘training on inclusion’

Classroom Conflict: 7 Effective Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Behaviour

Managing classroom conflict is something that teachers have to practice on a daily basis and even the best teachers struggle to keep a bustling classroom under control at times. Kids are often especially volatile after a long summer – and this year they’ll be facing tumultuous changes to the classroom that will further disrupt order.

Challenging behaviour training and other resources are invaluable elements of any teacher’s ongoing training, but for now here are some strategies to help you manage challenging behaviour in the classroom.

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Promoting Mental health webinar

The last session in our Children’s Mental Health series: Inclusion and Promoting Mental Health in mainstream schools – run by Colin and Elliot Newton and featuring Marnie Aston via Zoom webinar was well received.

An online Teachable course for this topic is coming soon. In the meantime, check out our other available courses HERE

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Movement Differences webinar

Third session in series: Including Autistic Children in mainstream schools – run by Colin and Elliot Newton and featuring Derek Wilson via Zoom webinar was well received.

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Keys to Inclusion: Lowestoft, Suffolk

Colin Newton and Claire Darwin (PEP – Suffolk) provided challenging ‘Keys to Inclusion’ training for educators from a range of backgrounds in Lowestoft, Suffolk. Wonderful and moving engagement the whole day and the promise of increasing mainstream inclusion in Suffolk.

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Person Centred Planning with older adults

Getting older comes with a very frightening and daunting set of challenges. However, as a society, we tend to overlook the challenges faced by the individual (the person who is living through the getting older part), and focus on the issues related to those around them. These are the issues we have both as individuals (now I need to take care of them too) and as a society (how much will it now cost to care for this person who can no longer contribute).

Sadly, this is not an approach we can change in our lifetime. However, that should by no means mean we shouldn’t do our best to facilitate a shift, as much as is in our power.

One of the first steps in empowering and enabling seniors to continue living their best lives is person-centered planning.

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