This unmissable event is online for the first time!
Is children’s behaviour ours to manage? Discuss children’s behaviour in the contemporary education and care setting. Explore the reasons and functions that drive children’s behaviour as developing human beings using an analogy about filling cups based on the theoretical frameworks of Maslow and Glasser. This workshop will evoke critical reflection and deep thinking around traditional "Behaviour Management" practices. Educators will be challenged to re-think and re-frame the role of educators in supporting children's emerging social competence.
Register for either;
* The first session only
* All three events
This package is delivered over three nights across three consecutive weeks.
When registering your ticket - ensure you select the date of the next workshop you are attending at the top before you select ticket quantity. If you are attending all three, select the first date.
Online workshop 7.30pm-8.30pm (GMT+11 - Melbourne Time) - Monday 5th December 2016
You’ve heard about the Cups? Here’s your opportunity to see what it’s all about.
Exploring the tools that educators use to understand children’s behaviour and
guide their social decisions
- Explore reasons for children’s behaviour – even those that appear to happen for "no reason"
- Consider new techniques for guiding children’s behavioural learning using a framework explained through story using an analoy about filling cups.
Online Workshop 7.30pm-8.30pm - Monday 12th December 2016
Unpack common tools and strategies used by educators to support children's behavioural learning.
Online Workshop 7.30pm-8.30pm - Monday 19th December 2016
Discuss progress, successes and challenges you've had implementing The Cups and make a plan of action for behaviour change in your context.