Setting the Stage for Successful BehaviourA behaviour guidance program

Trainings:

Setting the Stage for Successful Behaviour Part 1

Setting the Stage for Successful Behaviour is a process which adults can use to understand child behavior and our role, as adults, in supporting children. This approach is based upon the concept that all behaviour occurs for a reason or reasons. Setting the Stage is a: preventative tool, to prepare a child for success as they develop; a proactive tool, to identify new behaviour that may be problematic; and a responsive tool, to support a child exhibiting challenging behaviours.

Note: this is a two-day training session—Registrants must attend both days, lunch will be provided.

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Setting the Stage for Successful Behaviour Part 2

Setting the Stage Part 2 builds on the foundation of Setting the Stage 1 through in-depth information on strategies to support successful behaviour. Some of the areas of focus for Setting the Stage Part 2 will include:
- Creating a toolbox of strategies
- Prevention of challenging behaviour
- The role of How Does Learning Happen? in Setting the Stage

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Setting the Stage

TRAIN THE TRAINER

Why should you become a trainer?

 

Strategies: Learn how to identify, address and prevent challenging behaviours.

Support: Build the capacity of your staff to support one another when addressing challenging behaviours.

Align: Connect your program with Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years – How Does Learning Happen?

Affordable and Convenient:
Implement a cost effective means of training staff at your own convenience.

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