FREE LIVE WEBINAR
REDUCE BEHAVIOUR by
Setting Up Your Classroom for Success
Top Tips for a Successful Neurodiverse Classroom
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Easy to implement stress savers and adjustments to accommodate neurodiversity (Autism spectrum, ADHD, ODD, PDA, etc.) in your classroom
In this Free Live Webinar You Will Learn:
How to Structure the Classroom to Reduce Behaviour
Quick and Easy Adjustments to Implement, e.g. where to position a child
How to make the most of your Support Time
Using Students’ Strengths to Reduce Stress
Supporting Students Socially and Emotionally
How to Identify the Underlying Causes of Disengagement/Behaviour
1 hour of POWER – Strategies to make a Difference to You and the Kids you know
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Why Is This Free Live Webinar for Me?
Set Up for Success - the Child, Teachers, Educator, Teacher Assistants & their Classmates
It is easier to change the structure than change the child.
In this free webinar I am going to give you 18 Key Structues to set up your classroom for success.
Will make a huge difference implementing these strategies for not just the child on the Autism Spectrum but for everyone involved
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Send in your questions before the day or during the live webinar. Experiences and feedback from participants. Breakout Rooms to connect and brainstorm ideas.
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Past Participants Feedback
“Thanks again for a very helpful session. The practicality you teach us is useful for ALL teachers and ALL students. You include a good dose of commonsense !!! Simply, with humour and relevance.”
“A timely, informative, enjoyable Webinar presented in an authentic way with back up links posted as discussed so focus could always be on the content. the breakout rooms were a lovely way to connect with others. I loved your presentation style and ideas on how to engage participants in the chat. I learnt a great deal of the ‘need to know’ details that is hard to find. The direction to useful resources was valued too.”
“I felt this is a great option when you live in a different country and I didn’t think it was any less effective by not being there in person. Thanks Sue for some great PD”