The science behind behaviour: an approach which works for everyone.
1 hour CPD accredited course for senior leaders
Over the last 30 years we have learnt so much more about how the brain operates. The evidence very clearly shows that traditional school behaviour policies are not aligned with what we now know about the brain’s structure and function. In many cases traditional behaviour policies are actively (but not intentionally) discriminating against neurodiverse learners and those who have experienced trauma. Sadly in many cases these policies are unknowingly causing significant psychological harm.
Join Victoria Bagnall in this course (CPD accreditation pending) as she takes you through:
- What executive functions are and how they impact teaching and learning.
- Executive functioning, neurodiversity and trauma.
- How traditional behaviour policies escalate unexpected behaviour and may cause psychological harm
- A three step approach to behaviour which can transform children’s development.
Who is this course for:
Teachers and Senior Leaders in education who want to create a progressive, inclusive behaviour policy which benefits all members of the school community.
Who is Facilitating?
Former teacher, Victoria Bagnall, is the founder and managing director of Connections in Mind. Victoria speaks at conferences world-wide, and is regularly commended for her relatable, impassioned style. Victoria translates complex research into actionable steps which helps leaders, teachers, parents and learners harness the full power of their brains to reach their potential.
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