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Gentle behaviour strategies with one on one support to help you

Gentle behaviour strategies with one on one support to help you


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In dealing with young children, you will inevitably have situations where you will need to provide some discipline for a misstep in behaviour.

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For children and teenagers who still have trouble despite after school help or chances to correct their mistakes, IEPs and 504 Plans can help structure the ...

Look into evidence-based programs that support social and emotional learning. MHA recommends the Pax Good Behavior Game (especially for younger students), ...

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A possible tool in your strategies to support behaviour. There will be lots you can add to this.

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1. Start fresh. Other teachers may see your class roster and warn you about a particular student, but if what they have to say is negative it can taint your ...

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Find the good and praise it. Children and teens who are struggling with emotional or behavioral problems find school extra hard and often deal with low ...

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Ask any parent whether she wants her child to be an aggressive person and you are likely to get more than one answer. After all, aggression is associated ...

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She said that educators need many options in how they manage behavior because not all kids respond to the same measures. She listed several tactics in four ...

If you're reading this, you've probably got a little one who hits, bites, or shoves. You're not alone! My kids have been there and worse, I was also one ...

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A calm down plan to help children of all ages learn to manage big emotions in socially acceptable ways.

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Behaviour management: Standing together

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The Four Mistaken Goals of Misbehavior Chart. Easily one of the best resources I got from Helen Gordon.

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Template positive behaviour support plan

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Teaching good behaviour

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List of positive character traits - for complimenting/appreciating student behavior

Parents can become very stressed in handling behavior problems with their child on the autism spectrum.

The capacity to communicate is the ability and desire to connect with others by exchanging ideas and feelings, both verbally and non-verbally.

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What should we do if one of the kids destroys property? What should we do if we tell them to do something and they don't listen?

Example simple reward chart

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