The Behaviour Help App can be used to complete Functional Behaviour Assessments, record behavioural incidents and to develop a behaviour support plan by completing an escalation profile, management and prevention plan. The Rainbow of Emotions App can be used to help students learn how to identify, express and regulate their emotions.
How we help educators with behaviour support
Behaviour Help recognises that teaching is a demanding enterprise. Today’s learning environments, whether it be childcare, kindergarten, primary or secondary classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse. Students have different cultural backgrounds, linguistic backgrounds, learning needs, and social, emotional and behavioural needs.
Teaching students who exhibit emotional and behavioural difficulties can be yet more demanding. When one student misbehaves, the climate of the learning environment can change dramatically. Often, a considerable amount of time and energy can be spent with the disruptive student. This has a deleterious effect on the quality of the educational experience for all students.
Research consistently shows that managing student behaviour is linked to educators experiencing high levels of stress, burnout and job dissatisfaction.
While there is a wealth of information available about behaviour management, it can be daunting knowing where and how to start. Identifying ways to address the needs of students with emotional and behavioural difficulties is the focus of Behaviour Help. We provide structured support and training in positive behaviour support to learn more about behaviour management and apply those skills in the your learning evironment whether it be in the classrooms and/or play areas.
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A very informative workshop. It was able to confirm strategies that I have put in place and inspiring ideas that I can use in my classroom to give greater choices and more communication opportunities to my students.
Thankyou for coming to our kindergarten. We all gained the skills on how to analyse what might be underlying their behaviours of concern. We all learn best practice methods to prevent and manage their behaviours.
Anna (Kindergarten Teacher)
As teachers, we are aware of the challenges that young people face in their everyday lives. We know that children can not reach their full potential if their basic needs are not met. However, we do not always know which of our students are living in environments that damage, rather than foster healthy physical or mental health.
Statistics are telling us that too many young people are coming to school hungry or hurt. The classroom must be a haven for all students.
A place where they feel valued, supported and authentically cared for. Thank you for your online courses. Its helped me learn how to create and foster an environment so that students are free to grow, both academically and socially.
Leslie (Secondary school teacher)