RESTORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS: BEHAVIOUR & CONDUCT MANAGEMENT FOR INSTRUCTORS
April 10, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Your job is tough. Most education professionals have jobs that are more like 10 different jobs, each requiring their own unique skills, all rolled into one. All of us have a variety of tools to tackle the various aspects of our roles, but often when it comes to the behaviour of our students (and sometimes our peers!), the toolbox looks a little bit empty.
This session is designed to give you the tools, resources, and knowhow to effectively manage behaviour into a force for good in the classroom. In this interactive workshop you will learn how to effectively work in conduct systems, explore how power is used in the learning environment and discover how a relational approach to classroom management can dramatically improve student outcomes and make your job easier.
- Identify the general structure of conduct management that they work under (Restorative, Developmental, or Traditional), and how to maximize their role
- Articulate foundations of fairness in communication
- Identify default Power Type and how power relates to effective behaviour management
- Explain the Ladder of Intent and its impact on conflict and behaviour management
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