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Sunday, January 26 • 09:30 - 11:00
Positive intervention strategies for decreasing minor disruptive behaviours

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"My workshop starts by discussing what is meant by the term behaviour and participants will be asked to consider what minor disruptive behaviours are in line with RTI tier 1. We then look at the impact on the whole learning community. We will think about potential triggers, and I will share Maslow’s expanded hierarchy of needs and make links to the triggers. The group will then evaluate proactive prevention strategies, and I will share some resources. Participants will reflect on their practices.
Next, I will share evidence-based culturally responsive strategies that respect diversity, and the participants are then invited to investigate others via the PBIS world resource website. I will discuss the importance of fidelity when applying strategies. Finally, I will share some natural, logical consequences, and again participants are invited to investigate further via the PBIS website. We will review and participants will be asked to commit to trying a proactive prevention strategy, positive intervention and a logical, natural consequence.
I wrote this workshop as part of my recent graduate studies (2018) so it is grounded in the latest research and evidence-based practices.

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Looking at, what minor disruptive behaviours are, triggers, proactive preventions, strategies and consequences all research/evidence based.

Speakers
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Sara Larrington

Learning Support Specialist, Dresden International School
I have been in education for 20 years both in the UK and Internationally. I originally started as a mainstream class teacher and then diversified into special education. My areas of expertise are behaviour, autism spectrum disorders and sensory processing. I am a person with Aspergers... Read More →


Sunday January 26, 2020 09:30 - 11:00 CET
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