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Positive Classroom Management

Date: 21 Feb 2020


This seminar is for teachers who want to learn more about positive classroom management Beginning teachers, more established mentors (Senior teachers/Staff Developers) who support teachers in their teaching journey will find this seminar very useful.

It challenges current thinking and offers practical approaches that are will be effective Including

• strategies for establishing positive teacher student relationships
• how to teach the behaviour you want
• what to do and say (and not do and say!) in challenging situations
• how to conserve your emotional energy so you stay resilient and enjoy being a teacher
• building healthy Parent Teacher relationships
• elements of Positive Education in Classroom Management
• Managing students with Special Needs

Dr Sue Roffey FRSA, is an international authority on behaviour and Social Emotional Learning in school She is a teacher, educational psychologist, academic and author Currently Associate Professor at Western Sydney University she is also affiliated to the Institute of Wellbeing at Cambridge University Her many publications include the New Teachers Survival Guide to Behaviour and Changing Behaviour in Schools, Promoting Positive Relationships and Wellbeing.

She has also consulted the Australian Government in scoping student outcomes on Student Wellbeing and Social and Emotional Learning.

Sue is a prolific writer of books, academic papers, media articles and teacher resources She is in demand internationally to provide consultancy on professional development for educators

Duration: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Venue: SJI International School, 490 Thomson Road, Singapore 298191

Contact: Email Organizer

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Early Bird: $320 (5th Feb)
Normal Price:$380

Language: English

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